SECTION 111 S32-BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY EXAMINERS TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 26,620 26,620 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 4,165 4,165 PER DIEM 514 514 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 31,299 31,299 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 7,283 7,283 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 2,240 2,240 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 11,247 11,247 TRAVEL 2,446 2,446 EQUIPMENT 1,000 1,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 24,216 24,216 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 55,515 55,515 (1.00) (1.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 3,922 3,922 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 3,922 3,922 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 3,922 3,922 TOTAL BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY EXAMINERS 59,437 59,437 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (1.00) (1.00) SECTION 112 S36-REAL ESTATE COMMISSION TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICES: COMMISSIONER/S 57,693 57,693 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 793,964 793,964 (34.00) (34.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 8,046 8,046 PER DIEM 9,186 9,186 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 868,889 868,889 (35.00) (35.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 60,857 60,857 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 48,821 48,821 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 199,345 199,345 TRAVEL 83,575 83,575 EQUIPMENT 38,697 38,697 LIB BOOKS, MAPS & FILMS 387 387 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 431,682 431,682 SPECIAL ITEMS: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 58,020 58,020 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 58,020 58,020 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 1,358,591 1,358,591 (35.00) (35.00) II. APPRAISERS BOARD PERSONAL SERVICES: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 56,016 56,016 (3.00) (3.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: PER DIEM 9,186 9,186 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 65,202 65,202 (3.00) (3.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 57,936 57,936 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 8,540 8,540 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 33,845 33,845 TRAVEL 9,670 9,670 EQUIPMENT 7,252 7,252 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 117,243 117,243 TOTAL APPRAISERS BOARD 182,445 182,445 (3.00) (3.00) III. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 226,607 226,607 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 226,607 226,607 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 226,607 226,607 IV. NON-RECURRING OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES TOTAL NON-RECURRING TOTAL REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 1,767,643 1,767,643 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (38.00) (38.00) 112.1. Any funds on deposit with the State Treasurer for research and education programs of the Real Estate Commission shall be remitted to the General Fund of the State. 112.2. All funds appropriated, in this section, for Research and Education projects shall be funded wholly, out of the Real Estate Commission authorized allocation of five dollars from each annual renewal fee. All funds appropriated in this section, for Research and Educational projects shall be expended for the purpose designated. 112.3. The South Carolina Real Estate News, published at least quarterly by the Real Estate Commission, shall be exempt from Sect. 11-25-690, SC Code of Laws, (1976, as amended). 112.4. DELETED 112.5. (Special Account) Revenue in the Real Estate Appraisal Registry account shall not be subject to fiscal year limitations and shall carry forward each fiscal year for the designated purpose. SECTION 113 S40-RESIDENTIAL HOME BUILDERS COMMISSION TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 44,756 44,756 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 468,912 468,912 (24.00) (24.00) NEW POSITIONS: SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR (2.00) (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 2,945 2,945 PER DIEM 4,593 4,593 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 521,206 521,206 (27.00) (27.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 30,101 30,101 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 67,738 67,738 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 47,279 47,279 TRAVEL 82,944 82,944 EQUIPMENT 48,973 48,973 TRANSPORTATION 48 48 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 277,083 277,083 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 798,289 798,289 (27.00) (27.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 153,103 153,103 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 153,103 153,103 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 153,103 153,103 TOTAL RESIDENTIAL HOME BUILDERS COMMISSION 951,392 951,392 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (27.00) (27.00) SECTION 114 S44-BOARD OF REGISTERED SANITARIANS EXAMINERS TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ADMINISTRATION OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: TOTAL ADMINISTRATION TOTAL BOARD OF REGISTERED SANITARIANS EXAMINE SECTION 115 S48-SOCIAL WORK EXAMINERS BOARD TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ADMINISTRATION OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES: PER DIEM 948 948 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 948 948 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 102,694 102,694 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 13,901 13,901 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 382 382 TRAVEL 6,661 6,661 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 123,638 123,638 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 124,586 124,586 TOTAL SOCIAL WORK EXAMINERS BOARD 124,586 124,586 SECTION 116 S52-SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY & AUDIOLOGY EXAM BD TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. ADMINISTRATION OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 8,310 8,310 PER DIEM 677 677 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 8,987 8,987 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 2,871 2,871 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 1,281 1,281 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 1,388 1,388 TRAVEL 919 919 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 6,459 6,459 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 15,446 15,446 II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 1,419 1,419 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 1,419 1,419 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,419 1,419 TOTAL SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY & AUDIOLOGY E 16,865 16,865 SECTION 117 S56-BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EXAMINERS TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ADMINISTRATION OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: PER DIEM 3,249 3,249 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,249 3,249 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 35,435 35,435 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 2,949 2,949 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 290 290 TRAVEL 5,227 5,227 EQUIPMENT 1,353 1,353 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 45,254 45,254 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 48,503 48,503 TOTAL BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EXAMINERS 48,503 48,503 SECTION 118 S60-PROCUREMENT REVIEW PANEL TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 72,323 72,323 (2.00) (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: PER DIEM 4,835 4,835 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 77,158 77,158 (2.00) (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 8,000 8,000 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 2,097 2,097 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 5,265 5,265 TRAVEL 7,000 7,000 EQUIPMENT 922 922 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 23,284 23,284 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 100,442 100,442 (2.00) (2.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 15,936 15,936 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 15,936 15,936 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 15,936 15,936 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS TOTAL PROCUREMENT REV. PANEL 116,378 116,378 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (2.00) (2.00) 118.1. (Panel Membership) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 11-35-4410(2) of the 1976 Code, the membership of the Procurement Review Panel shall be composed of: (a) The chairman, or his designee, of the Procurement Policy Committee; (b) Five members appointed by the Governor from the State at large who are representative of the professions governed by this title including, but not limited to: (i) Goods and Services. (ii) Information technology procurements. (iii) Construction. (iv) Architects and engineers. (v) Construction management. (vi) Land surveying services. SECTION 119 V04-DEBT SERVICE TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS A. (G.O.) BONDS SUBJECT TO DEBT SERVICE LIMITATION: CAPITAL IMPROVE BONDS 119,346,148 119,346,148 HUGO NOTE (NON-RECURRING) 32,859,468 32,859,468 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 152,205,616 152,205,616 TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS 152,205,616 152,205,616 B. OTHER BONDS INSTITUTION BONDS 7,078,690 7,078,690 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 7,078,690 7,078,690 TOTAL OTHER BONDS 7,078,690 7,078,690 TOTAL DEBT SERV GEN OBLIG 159,284,306 159,284,306 II. SPECIAL BONDS/ STOCKS/OTHER LONG TERM OBLIGATIONS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE STOCK-INTER 11,508 11,508 INT PAYMT-CLEMSON STOCK 3,513 3,513 RICHARD B. RUSSELL PROJECT 400,000 400,000 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 415,021 415,021 TOTAL SPECIAL BONDS & STOCKS 415,021 415,021 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 159,699,327 159,699,327 119.1. The above appropriations shall be disbursed under the direction of the State Treasurer. 119.2. Any agency of the State government responsible by law for the collection of revenues or funds from any source to be annually applied to payments of interest and principal on general obligation bonds of the state shall remit such collections to the State Treasurer for credit to the State's General Fund and which shall constitute a reimbursement of appropriations made in this section. 119.3. The General Assembly takes note of the fact that the foregoing figures reflect the estimated Debt Service Requirements of Bonds of the State for the current fiscal year. It is not intended that their inclusion in this Act shall prevent the issuance of additional bonds pursuant to authorizations now or hereafter enacted. 119.4. With the exception of the Agricultural College Stock and Clemson Perpetual Stock, bonded debt of the State issued prior to December 1, 1977, is supported by a pledge of a special fund (derived from taxes and other sources) and in each instance the monies derived from such taxes and other sources must be first applied to the payment of principal and interest on the bonds prior to the use for other purposes and that under the Statutes which authorized such bonds, it is the ministerial duty of the appropriate State officers and agencies to utilize the pledged revenues for the payment of the principal and interest of such bonds. Under the decisions of the Supreme Court of South Carolina, continuing appropriations have been made which cannot be diverted until all of the principal and interest on the bonds have been paid. 119.5. In the instance of debt incurred subsequent to December 1, 1977, the General Assembly, in obedience to Paragraph 4 of Section 13 of Article X, has allocated on an annual basis sufficient tax revenues to provide for the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on such general obligation debt. 119.6. The Budget and Control Board, after review of the Joint Bond Review Committee, is hereby authorized and directed to regulate the starting date of the various projects approved for funding through the issuance of Capital Improvement Bonds so as to insure that the appropriations for debt service on such bonds, as provided in this Section, shall be sufficient during the current fiscal year. 119.7. DELETED 119.8. (HUGO Note) The State Treasurer is directed to liquidate the HUGO note on or before September 1, 1992, from the appropriation provided in this Act. SECTION 122 X22-AID TO SUBDIVISIONS TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. AID TO SUBDIV-FORMULA A. AID TO FIRE DISTRICTS DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS AID TO FIRE DISTRICTS 3,977,238 3,977,238 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 3,977,238 3,977,238 TOTAL AID TO FIRE DIST-FORMULA FUNDED 3,977,238 3,977,238 B. LOCAL GOVERNMENT SPECIAL ITEM AID - LOCAL GOV'T FUND 148,744,248 148,744,248 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 148,744,248 148,744,248 TOTAL LOCAL GVNMNT FUND 148,744,248 148,744,248 TOTAL AID TO SUBDIV-FORMULA FUNDED 152,721,486 152,721,486 II. AID TO SUBDIV.-REIMBURSEMENT A. AID TO CO.-REIMBURSEMENTS: SPECIAL ITEMS NON-RECURRING HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION 9,650,325 9,650,325 INVENTORY TAX 2,022,786 2,022,786 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 11,673,111 11,673,111 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS: AID TO CO.-HOMESTEAD EXEMPT REIM 24,895,587 24,895,587 AID CNTY-INV TAX PHSEOUT-RE 30,597,465 30,597,465 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 55,493,052 55,493,052 TOTAL AID TO CO-REIMBURSE. 67,166,163 67,166,163 B. AID TO MUN.-REIMBURSEMENTS: SPECIAL ITEMS NON-RECURRING HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION 1,131,722 1,131,722 INVENTORY TAX 486,383 486,383 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 1,618,105 1,618,105 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS: AID TO MUN.-HOMESTEAD EXEMPT REI 4,807,455 4,807,455 AID MUN-INV TAX PHASEOUT 7,357,245 7,357,245 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 12,164,700 12,164,700 TOTAL AID TO MUN-REIMBURSEMENTS 13,782,805 13,782,805 TOTAL AID TO SUBDIV-REIMBURSEMENTS 80,948,968 80,948,968 III. AID TO SUBDIV.-CATEGORICAL A. CATEGOR. GRANTS-COUNTIES: DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS: AID CNTY-TAX FORMS & SUPPL-A 103,669 103,669 AID CNTY-CLERKS OF COURT 72,450 72,450 AID CNTY-PROBATE JUDGES 72,450 72,450 AID CNTY-SHERIFFS 72,450 72,450 AID CNTY-REG-MESNE CONVEYANC 17,325 17,325 AID CNTY-DEF INDIGENTS 2,343,300 2,343,300 AID CNTY-AUDITORS 864,931 864,931 AID CNTY-TREASURERS 864,931 864,931 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 4,411,506 4,411,506 TOTAL CATEGOR GRANTS-CTYS 4,411,506 4,411,506 B. CATEGORICAL GRANTS-DIST. AID PLANNING DISTRICTS 918,995 918,995 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 918,995 918,995 TOTAL CATEGOR GRANTS-DISTRICTS 918,995 918,995 TOTAL AID TO SUBDIV-CATEGORICAL GRTS 5,330,501 5,330,501 TOTAL AID TO SUBDIVISIONS 239,000,955 239,000,955 122.1. Where a portion of one county is annexed to another county, the total amount allocated to the two counties shall not exceed the total which would be allocated to the two counties separately. However, the population of the annexed areas shall be taken into consideration in determining the proportionate share of the total allocation due to each county. 122.2. All distributions in this section, except Homestead Reimbursement, Merchants Inventory Tax Reimbursement and Tax Forms and Supplies Expense, shall be remitted to each subdivision by the State Treasurer. 122.3. Notwithstanding the amount appropriated in this section for "Homestead Exemption Reimbursement" there is hereby appropriated whatever amount is necessary to reimburse the counties and municipalities of the State for exemptions allowed in accord with the provisions of law. 122.4. Fifty (50%) percent of the amount appropriated in this section for "Aid to Planning Districts" shall be divided equally among the ten districts, the remaining fifty (50%) percent to be allocated in proportion to the population of each district according to the official United States Census for 1990. 122.5. Each planning district shall, prior to receipt of funds, submit a plan for the expenditure of funds appropriated in this section to the Budget and Control Board. Within ninety (90) days following the end of the fiscal year, each district shall submit to the Budget and Control Board a copy of an audit of funds appropriated in this section, to be performed by an independent Certified Public Accountant. 122.6. The State Treasurer shall remit to each planning district its share upon approval by the Budget and Control Board. 122.7. Of the amount appropriated under "Aid to Counties, Tax Forms and Supplies Expense," 4 per capita, based on the official United States Census for 1990, shall be remitted by the Comptroller General to the several counties of the state and shall be applied by the counties only on expense of printing tax forms and supplies for county auditors, treasurers and tax collectors. Payment shall be made to each county treasurer in one annual payment which shall be made as soon after the beginning of the fiscal year as practical. 122.8. Notwithstanding any funds appropriated in this Act for inventory tax phase-out, there is hereby appropriated whatever amount is necessary to fully reimburse all counties and municipalities in regard to the phase-out of the inventory tax for the use tax of year 1987. The Comptroller General shall make remittances to counties and municipalities in four equal payments. 122.9. Of the amount appropriated in this section for Clerks of Court, Probate Judges, and County Sheriffs, $4,725 shall be distributed by the Comptroller General to each County Treasurer, which shall be used as a $1,575 salary supplement for each Clerk of Court, Probate Judge and County Sheriff. It is the intent of the General Assembly that the amount appropriated for such salary supplements shall include both salary and related employer contributions and such amounts shall be in addition to any amounts presently being provided by the county for these positions. The amounts appropriated in this section for Registers of Mesne Conveyances shall be distributed by the Comptroller General to the appropriate County Treasurer, which shall be used as a $1,575 salary supplement for Registers of Mesne Conveyances. Any reduction by any county in the salary of the Clerks of Court, the Probate Judges, Registers of Mesne Conveyances and County Sheriffs or any other reduction of expenditures in the office of the Clerks of Court, Probate Judges, Registers of Mesne Conveyances and County Sheriffs shall result in a corresponding decrease of funds provided to that county by the State. Payment shall be made to each County Treasurer in a single lump sum at the beginning of the fiscal year and payment shall be made to the Clerks of Court, Probate Judges and County Sheriffs by the County Treasurer over a twelve month period in the same manner as county salaries are paid. The State shall pay $14,792 on the salary of each County Auditor and County Treasurer in addition to any amounts presently being provided by the county for these positions. It is the intent of the General Assembly that the amount appropriated by the county for these positions shall not be reduced as a result of the appropriation and that such appropriation shall not disqualify each County Auditor and each County Treasurer for salary increases that they might otherwise receive from county funds in the future. Any reduction by any county in the salary of the County Auditor and County Treasurer shall result in a corresponding decrease of funds provided to that county by the State. These salaries shall be administered by the Comptroller General's Office and paid in accordance with the schedule and method of payment established for state employees. 122.10 The amount appropriated in this section for "Defense of Indigents" shall be apportioned among counties in accord with Section 17-3-10, 1976 Code, but on a per capita basis and based on the official United States Census for 1990. 122.11. (Defense of Indigents) Of the increase in funds provided under Section 122, in Section 1 of Division III of this Act, $693,653 shall be used to increase the allotment for Aid to Counties Defense of Indigents. *122.12. (Local Government Fund - Hold Harmless) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no county may receive less from the Local Government Fund in the current fiscal year than it received from the fund in the previous year. *See note at end of act. SECTION 123 X40-AERONAUTICS COMMISSION TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. ADMINISTRATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 59,939 59,939 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 276,249 276,249 (11.50) (11.50) TEMPORARY POSITIONS 6,300 6,300 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES: PER DIEM 4,800 4,800 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 347,288 347,288 (12.50) (12.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 89,377 89,377 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 43,426 43,426 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 27,700 27,700 TRAVEL 15,000 15,000 EQUIPMENT 20,000 20,000 LIB BOOKS, MAPS & FILMS 750 750 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 196,253 196,253 SPECIAL ITEMS PLANNING GRANTS 13,000 13,000 AIRPORT MASTER PLAN 1,500 1,500 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 14,500 14,500 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 558,041 558,041 (12.50) (12.50) II. AIRPORT SAFETY MAINTENANCE: PERSONAL SERVICE: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: SPECIAL ITEMS: TOTAL AIRPORT SAFETY III. AIRPORT SAFETY&ENGINEERING A. AIRPORT SAFETY PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 233,912 233,912 (9.00) (9.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 233,912 233,912 (9.00) (9.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 15,000 15,000 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 22,700 22,700 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 64,250 64,250 TRAVEL 4,000 4,000 EQUIPMENT 73,700 23,700 LIGHT/POWER/HEAT 50,149 50,149 TRANSPORTATION 30,000 30,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 259,799 209,799 TOTAL AIRPORT SAFETY 493,711 443,711 (9.00) (9.00) B. AIRPORT ENGINEERING PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 81,964 81,964 (3.00) (3.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 81,964 81,964 (3.00) (3.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 472,000 2,000 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 3,200 1,700 FIXED CHARGES AND CONTRIBUTIONS 8,000 4,900 TRAVEL 11,500 3,000 EQUIPMENT 12,900 3,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 507,600 14,600 SPECIAL ITEMS: NAVIGATIONAL AIDS & PLANNING 26,000 26,000 EMERGENCY AIRPORT REPAIRS 500 500 STATEWIDE BEACON PROJECT 332,500 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 359,000 26,500 TOTAL AIRPORT ENG. 948,564 123,064 (3.00) (3.00) TOTAL AIRPORT SAFETY ENG 1,442,275 566,775 (12.00) (12.00) IV. REGULATION AND INSPECTION PERSONAL SERVICES: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 372,918 372,918 (11.00) (11.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 372,918 372,918 (11.00) (11.00) TOTAL REGULATION AND INSPECT 372,918 372,918 (11.00) (11.00) V. FLIGHT OPERATIONS PERSONAL SERVICES: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 124,526 124,526 (5.00) (5.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 124,526 124,526 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 45,500 45,500 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 16,000 16,000 FIXED CHARGES AND CONTRIBUTIONS 117,620 117,620 TRAVEL 1,960 1,960 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 181,080 181,080 SPECIAL ITEMS: AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT & OPERATIONS 581,561 341,561 AIRCRAFT REPAIRS - ENGINES 35,000 35,000 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 616,561 376,561 TOTAL FLIGHT OPERATIONS 922,167 682,167 (5.00) (5.00) VI. CIVIL AIR PATROL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 21,905 21,905 (1.50) (1.50) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 21,905 21,905 (1.50) (1.50) SPECIAL ITEMS: CAP GENERAL FUNDS 66,170 60,000 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 66,170 60,000 TOTAL CIVIL AIR PATROL 88,075 81,905 (1.50) (1.50) VII. AVIATION EDUCATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: TOTAL AVIATION EDUCATION VIII. SPECIAL PROGRAMS: CONTINUOUS AIRPORT SYSTEMS: PERSONAL SERVICE: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES SPECIAL ITEM: TOTAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS IX. AVIATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 69,700 69,700 (2.00) (2.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 69,700 69,700 (2.00) (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 12,700 12,700 SUPPLIES AND MATERIAL 7,000 7,000 EQUIPMENT 500 500 SCHOLARSHIPS 5,000 5,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 25,200 25,200 TOTAL AVIATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 94,900 94,900 (2.00) (2.00) X. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 302,239 302,239 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 302,239 302,239 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 302,239 302,239 TOTAL AERONAUTICS COMMISSION 3,780,615 2,658,945 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (44.00) (44.00) 123.1. The funds appropriated in this section under program IV "Civil Air Patrol" shall be expended by the Director so as to discharge the State's obligations in conjunction with the Civil Air Patrol as outlined in the SARDA Plan, the S. C. Operational Radiological Emergency Response Plan, and assist County and local authorities and other State agencies insofar as permitted by the regulations governing the Civil Air Patrol. The Director shall further expend funds for the maintenance and acquisition of equipment which, in his opinion, shall increase the Civil Air Patrol's ability to perform its mission, and may expend not more than twenty-five per cent of the Patrol funds in the "CAP AEROSPACE EDUCATION" and "CADET" programs. The Director may expend funds to hire such administrative personnel as may be necessary to administer the above outlined programs. All expenditures for equipment and services shall be in accordance with State fiscal policies. 123.2. The Aeronautics Commission may retain and expend reimbursements derived from charges to other government agencies for service and supplies for operating purposes and that a reserve not to exceed $150,000 may be carried forward to the current fiscal year for the replacement of time limit aircraft components. 123.3. Revenue received for rental of office space to the U. S. Air Force may be retained and expended to cover the cost of building operations. 123.4. The Aeronautics Commission shall not pay for all or any portion of the cost of utilities at any airport or facility except for buildings occupied by the South Carolina Aeronautics Commission. 123.5. All General Aviation Airports will receive funding prior to the four air carrier airports (i.e. Columbia, Charleston, Greenville-Spartanburg, Myrtle Beach Jetport) as these qualify for special funding under the DOT/FAA appropriations based on enplanements in South Carolina. This policy may be waived to provide matching State funds for critical FAA safety or capacity projects at air carrier airports. 123.6. The Aeronautics Commission will provide hangar/parking facilities for government owned and/or operated aircraft on a first come basis. The funds collected are to be deposited to the General Fund. The Hangar Fee Schedule shall be as follows: Single Engine - $50.00 per month Twin Engine - $75.00 per month Jet/Turboprop - $100.00 per month Helicopter - $75.00 per month Permanent parking/tie down space will be provided at the rate of $20.00 per month for single engine aircraft, or $30.00 per month for twin engine aircraft. Personnel from the agencies owning and/or operating aircraft will be responsible for ground movement of their aircraft. 123.7. The Commission is authorized on a reimbursement basis, to utilize services of the Department of Highways and Public Transportation to assist in providing coordinated and continuing legal and other services in transportation and related matters. 123.8. Any unexpended balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, of appropriations to the Commission for airport planning and development studies may be carried forward into the current fiscal year, and expended for the same purposes. 123.9. Any line item appropriation for airports shall be disbursed for eligible airport development items as approved by the Commission. 123.10. DELETED 123.11. (Clothing Allowance) The Aeronautics Commission is hereby authorized to provide pilots with an annual clothing allowance (on a pro rata basis) not to exceed $400 per pilot for required clothing used in the performance of their primary duty. SECTION 124 X50-DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS/PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS I. ADMINISTRATION A. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 101,249 (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 10,028,761 (474.70) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 62,358 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 142,322 PER DIEM 20,000 O.T. & SHIFT DIFFER. 46,340 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 10,401,030 (476.70) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 1,494,563 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 382,785 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 3,616,690 TRAVEL 154,470 EQUIPMENT 903,966 LIGHT/POWER/HEAT 328,600 TRANSPORTATION 729,410 EMPLOYEE SUGGESTION AWARD 500 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 7,610,984 TOTAL GENERAL 18,012,014 (476.70) B. DAMAGE CLAIMS (TORT): OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 116,400 CLAIMS AND AWARDS 250,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 366,400 TOTAL DAMAGE CLAIMS (TORT) 366,400 C. WORKERS' COMPENSATION: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 379,000 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 130,500 CLAIMS AND AWARDS 1,780,000 HOSPITAL SERVICES 700,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,989,500 TOTAL WORKERS' COMPENSATION 2,989,500 D. LAND AND BUILDINGS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 55,831 (2.11) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 156 O.T. & SHIFT DIFFER. 332 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 56,319 (2.11) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 236,086 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 50,764 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 2,300 TRAVEL 200 EQUIPMENT 500 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 289,850 PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS: LAND 140,000 CONST BLDGS & ADDITIONS 3,446,565 HIGHWAY & RD IMPROVEMENTS 53,458 TOTAL PERM IMPROVEMENTS 3,640,023 TOTAL LAND AND BUILDINGS 3,986,192 (2.11) TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 25,354,106 (478.81) II. HIGHWAY ENGINEERING PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 30,532,397 (1,259.22) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 79,000 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 691,812 O.T. & SHIFT DIFFER. 511,414 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 31,814,623 (1,260.22) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 29,779,386 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 1,090,452 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 124,360 TRAVEL 263,600 EQUIPMENT 1,436,928 CLAIMS AND AWARDS 2,000 LIGHT/POWER/HEAT 120,080 TRANSPORTATION 175 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 32,816,981 PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS: CONST BLDGS & ADDITIONS 50,000 RIGHT-OF-WAY & LAND ACQ 37,600,000 HIGHWAY & RD IMPROVEMENTS 219,866,165 TOTAL PERM IMPROVEMENTS 257,516,165 TOTAL HIGHWAY ENGINEERING 322,147,769 (1,260.22) III. HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 57,272,752 (3,659.88) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 653,083 O.T. & SHIFT DIFFER. 1,251,540 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 59,177,375 (3,659.88) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 37,340,966 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 39,863,622 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 162,250 TRAVEL 17,300 EQUIPMENT 13,112,020 CLAIMS AND AWARDS 5,000 LIGHT/POWER/HEAT 1,733,500 TRANSPORTATION 6,952,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 99,186,658 PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS: CONST BLDGS & ADDITIONS 25,000 RIGHT-OF-WAY & LAND ACQ 5,000 HIGHWAY & RD IMPROVEMENTS 289,100 TOTAL PERM IMPROVEMENTS 319,100 TOTAL HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE 158,683,133 (3,659.88) IV. MOTOR VEHICLE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 15,958,810 (919.58) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 2,421,361 O.T. & SHIFT DIFFER. 305,542 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 18,685,713 (919.58) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 1,864,721 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 7,130,651 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 502,625 TRAVEL 112,174 EQUIPMENT 989,296 LIGHT/POWER/HEAT 293,250 TRANSPORTATION 300 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 10,893,017 TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE 29,578,730 (919.58) V. LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 31,364,911 (1,262.65) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 75,435 O.T. & SHIFT DIFFER. 200,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 31,640,346 (1,262.65) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 1,843,381 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 3,378,533 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 486,910 TRAVEL 239,000 EQUIPMENT 7,160,104 EVIDENCE 3,500 LIGHT/POWER/HEAT 165,600 TRANSPORTATION 1,077,650 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 14,354,678 TOTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT 45,995,024 (1,262.65) VI. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: A. ADMINISTRATION 1. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 93,811 (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 5,000 PER DIEM 2,000 2,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 100,811 2,000 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 29,600 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 3,250 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 39,500 TRAVEL 6,000 EQUIPMENT 50,105 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 128,455 TOTAL GENERAL 229,266 2,000 (4.00) 2. GRANTS MANAGEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 102,895 (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 4,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 106,895 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 26,000 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 3,750 TRAVEL 8,500 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 38,250 TOTAL GRANTS MANAGEMENT 145,145 (4.00) TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 374,411 2,000 (8.00) B. PROGRAM ASSISTANCE 1. PLANNING PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 106,845 (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 2,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 108,845 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 492,814 49,547 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 2,950 TRAVEL 8,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 503,764 49,547 TOTAL PLANNING 612,609 49,547 (4.00) 2. RURAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 55,698 (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 6,022,708 272,941 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 3,250 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 200 TRAVEL 6,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 6,087,856 272,941 (2.00) TOTAL RURAL 6,087,856 272,941 (2.00) 3. URBAN PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 21,413 (.75) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 21,413 (.75) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 548,724 272,941 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 567 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 73 TRAVEL 2,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 551,364 272,941 TOTAL URBAN 572,777 272,941 (.75) 4. ELDERLY AND HANDICAPPED: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 24,368 (.80) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 24,368 (.80) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 417,318 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 150 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 200 TRAVEL 1,600 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 419,268 TOTAL ELDERLY AND HANDICAP 443,636 (.80) 5. RIDESHARE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 13,272 (.45) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 13,272 (.45) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 150,424 22,274 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 275 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 290 TRAVEL 900 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 151,889 22,274 TOTAL RIDESHARE 165,161 22,274 (.45) 6. VANPOOL DEMONSTRATION: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 60,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 60,000 TOTAL VANPOOL DEMONSTRATION 60,000 7. OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE ASSI PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 49,000 (2.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 49,000 (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 8,976 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 5,975 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 394 TRAVEL 10,257 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 25,602 TOTAL OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 74,602 (2.00) TOTAL PROGRAM ASSISTANCE 8,016,641 617,703 (10.00) TOTAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 8,391,052 619,703 (18.00) VII. STRAT. HIGHWAY FUND A. STRATEGIC HWY. PROGRAM PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,933,521 (126.41) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 76,424 O.T. & SHIFT DIFFER. 48,709 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,058,654 (126.41) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 16,129,075 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 17,249 FIXED CHGS. & CONTRIB. 700 TRAVEL 9,400 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 16,156,424 PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS: RIGHT-OF-WAY & LAND ACQ 8,005,050 HIGHWAY & RD IMPROVEMENTS 55,937,847 TOTAL PERM IMPROVEMENTS 63,942,897 TOTAL STRATEGIC HWY PGM 83,157,975 (126.41) B. STATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 330,261 (14.45) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE: TEMPORARY POSITIONS 11,680 O.T. & SHIFT DIFFER 10,769 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 352,710 (14.45) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 7,616,558 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 303 TRAVEL 550 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 7,617,411 PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS: RIGHT-OF-WAY & LAND ACQ 80,000 HIGHWAY & RD IMPROVEMENTS 1,861,000 TOTAL PERM IMPROVEMENTS 1,941,000 TOTAL STATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 9,911,121 (14.45) TOTAL STRATEGIC HWY FUND 93,069,096 (140.86) VIII. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 43,340,712 TOTAL DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS/PUBLIC TRANSPORT 726,559,622 619,703 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (7,740.00) 124.1. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation is hereby authorized to expend all cash balances brought forward from the previous year and all income including all Federal Funds, unexpended General Fund Contractual Services and proceeds from bond sales accruing to the Department of Highways and Public Transportation, but in no case shall the expenditures of the Department of Highways and Public Transportation exceed the amount of cash balances brought forward from the preceding year plus the amount of all income including Federal Funds, General Funds and proceeds from bond sales. 124.2. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation with the approval of the State Treasurer, is hereby authorized to set up with the State Treasurer such special funds out of the Department of Highways and Public Transportation funds as may be deemed advisable for proper accounting purposes. 124.3. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation is hereby authorized to secure bonds and insurance covering such activities of the Department as may be deemed proper and advisable, due consideration being given to the security offered and the service of claims. 124.4. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation shall pay into the General Fund of the State the sum of $4,879,223 as its proportionate share of the cost of Administration of central service agencies as follows: Statewide Cost Allocation Plan: Collection of Highway Revenue $ 3,069,811 Central Service Agency Recoveries1,103,894 Other Indirect Cost Recoveries 705,518 Total Remittance $ 4,879,223 124.5. Employees of the Department of Highways and Public Transportation shall receive equal compensation increases and health insurance benefits provided in this Act for employees of the State generally. 124.6. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation shall pay from Highway and Public Transportation Fund revenues, that portion of the State's contribution to the costs of retirement, social security, workers' compensation insurance, unemployment compensation insurance, health and other insurance, and other employer contributions provided by the State for the Agency's employees whose salaries are funded by the Highway and Public Transportation Fund. 124.7. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation is hereby authorized to charge a fee of $1.00 for postage and handling costs for every vehicle license mailed to the owner. 124.8. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation is hereby authorized to establish an appropriate schedule of fees to be charged for copies of records, lists, bidder's proposals, plans, maps, etc. based upon approximate actual costs and handling costs of producing such copies, lists, bidder's proposals, plans, maps, etc. 124.9. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation may sell any materials, supplies, or equipment classified as obsolete, surplus, or junk for which the Department has no further need, or offer same for trade-in in the purchase of new materials or equipment. All such sales of obsolete, surplus or junk materials or equipment by the Department shall be at public auction, unless the Department deems another sales method is more advantageous, with the approval of General Services, not less than ten days after having been advertised in a newspaper of statewide circulation at least once. The Department may reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Items having a value of less than one hundred dollars may be disposed of by sale in the most advantageous way to the Department, and the Department may make negotiated sales of surplus materials, equipment and supplies to county, State, and municipal agencies on a mutually agreed upon basis. All proceeds from the sale of such obsolete, surplus or junk material, supplies, and equipment shall be credited to the Highway and Public Transportation Fund. 124.10. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation is authorized to publish, in the interest of employee relations, a periodical devoted to Department operations and related activities. Such publication shall be for free distribution to Department personnel and other interested citizens. The cost of publishing and distributing such periodical shall be paid from the Highway and Public Transportation Fund. Such periodical shall be mailed only to those persons who request it in writing and a record of each request shall be maintained by the Department. 124.11. Members of the Department of Highways and Public Transportation Commission shall receive such per diem, subsistence and mileage for each official meeting as is provided by law for members of boards, commissions and committees. 124.12. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 12-27-400 of the 1976 Code, no new programming of "C" funds may be made without the approval of a majority of the members of the House delegation and a majority of the members of the Senate delegation of the county in which expenditures are to be made until the adoption of legislation establishing procedures for the programming of "C" funds. 124.13. Any changes made by the district highway commissioner to the approved plan of "C" fund expenditures requires the approval of ninety percent of the legislative delegation of the county in which the changes are to be made. 124.14. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 12-27-400 of the 1976 Code, "C" funds may be expended for primary or secondary roads. 124.15. Additional powers are conferred upon the committee created in Section 18(A) of Act 177 of 1981, to review the budgeting process of the Department of Highways and Public Transportation. Based upon its review of the budgeting process, the committee shall annually report to the General Assembly its recommendations as to needed legislation relating to the process. The expenses of the committee shall be paid from the approved accounts of the House and Senate. 124.16. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation is authorized to issue a temporary driver's license or identification card without a laminated colored photograph of the licensee, for a period not to exceed twelve months. The applicant and licensee must comply with provisions of law as set forth in Chapter 1 of Title 56 of the South Carolina Code of Laws, as amended, and such license shall expire no later than the last day of the month one year from the date of issuance or such time as indicated by the Department. The fee for such temporary license or identification card shall be one dollar. 124.17. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation shall have the authority with the approval of the Attorney General to employ, within existing authorized positions, necessary legal and support staff to represent the Department in legal matters, including condemnation proceedings and other litigation; such representation shall be under the jurisdiction and control of the Attorney General. 124.18. The Department of Highways and Public Transportation shall continue to collect the casual sales tax as contained in the contractual agreement between the Tax Commission and the Department and the State Treasurer is authorized to reimburse the Department on a monthly basis for the actual cost of collecting the casual sales tax limited to 2 percent of collections and such reimbursement shall be paid from revenues generated by the casual sales tax. 124.19. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of Highways and Public Transportation is hereby authorized to directly contract public transportation funds with any private operator of a public transportation system to provide service to the general public; provided, that a plan of service has been established and approved by the local general purpose government which has jurisdiction for the area to be served, and approved by the Department, the Highway Commission and the federal government. 124.20. The Department may transfer funds appropriated to this Section from one line item to another as the needs demand with permission from the Budget and Control Board. 124.21. In recognition of budgetary restraints, the South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation, its Commission, officers and employees, are herewith granted the discretionary authority to relax design and construction standards for the current fiscal year, with respect to highway projects in the secondary State highway system, and the exercise of such discretionary authority to relax design and construction standards shall not give rise to any liability on the part of the Department, its Commission, officers and employees. 124.22. The Select Oversight Committee created under the provisions of Section 12-27-1300 of the 1976 Code shall direct that an amount equal to one-fourth of one cent not to exceed $3,000,000 generated from the tax levied under the provisions of Section 12-27-1210 through 12-27-1240 must be used to fund public transportation activities in this State. 124.23. Of the amount appropriated in this section for "Supplies and Materials" under Part IV ("Motor Vehicle Personal Service"), one thousand dollars must be expended by the department in Fiscal Year 1991-92 in a pilot project to improve highway safety regarding rural mail delivery, by producing and erecting roadway signs stating "Rural Mail Route, Frequent Stops Ahead", so as to mark rural mail delivery routes where frequent stops occur. *124.24.(Dorchester County "C" Funds) Twenty thousand dollars of "C" funds allocated to Dorchester County may be expended to improve the appearance of the highway maintenance shed at the Dorchester Industrial Park. *See note at end of act. 124.25.(Accounting Functions Transferred to Treasurer and Comptroller General) The Department of Highways and Public Transportation shall transfer $545,000 and 12 FTE's to the Comptroller General's Office and $129,093 and 3 FTE's to the State Treasurer's Office for the purpose of servicing the accounting and payroll functions of the Department. * 124.26.(Marion County "C" Funds) Of the "C" funds allocated to Marion County, one-hundred thousand dollars must be expended for a drainage project and four thousand eight hundred dollars must be expended for a pavement project for the City of Mullins. The funds must be expended under the Local Paving Projects Criteria established by Marion County. The City of Mullins shall be the administrator of these funds. *See note at end of act. 124.27.(SHIMS Earnings on Investments) A. Section 12-27-1260 of the 1976 Code, as added by Act 197 of 1987, is amended to read: "Section 12-27-1260. For the current fiscal year, the revenue derived from the tax levied by Sections 12-27-1210, 12-27-1220, 12-27-1230, and 12-27-1240 of the 1976 Code must be remitted to the State Treasurer to be credited to the fund established for the Strategic Highway Plan for Improving Mobility and Safety. This fund must be separate and distinct from the state general fund and highway fund. All unappropriated money in this fund must remain part of the separate fund. Money from this fund may be spent only for funding the Strategic Highway Plan for Improving Mobility and Safety Program administered by the department and funding the Economic Development Account as provided in Section 12-27-1270 of the 1976 Code. No funds may be expended from this account other than for payment of engineering and planning, right-of-way acquisition, and construction of projects on the list submitted as provided in Section 12-27-1280 of the 1976 Code or those designated for economic development by the Coordinating Council for Economic Development as provided in Section 12-27-1270 of the 1976 Code. SECTION 127 RECAPITULATION TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS SEC. NO. LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 3A. LEG. DEPT-THE SENATE 7,230,960 7,230,960 3B. LEG. DEPT-HOUSE OF REPRESENT 8,170,792 8,170,792 3C. LEG. DEPT-SPECIAL SERVICES F 299,959 299,959 3D. LEG. DEPT-CODIFICATION OF LA 2,057,637 2,057,637 3E. LEG. DEPT-LEG PRINTING & INF 2,547,116 2,547,116 3F. LEG. DEPT-LEG AUDIT COUNCIL 1,047,112 1,047,112 3G. LEG. DEPT-LEG INFORMATION SY 855,475 855,475 3H. REORGANIZATION COMMISSION 1,004,625 1,004,625 3I. ADV. COMM. ON INTERGOVERNMEN 242,559 242,559 3J. JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES 1,495,304 1,290,304 TOTAL LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 24,951,539 24,746,539 JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 4. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 28,469,974 28,419,974 4A. SENTENCING GUIDELINES COMMIS 86,514 86,514 TOTAL JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 28,556,488 28,506,488 EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 5A. GOVERNOR'S OFF-EXECUTIVE CONV 1,481,769 1,481,769 5B. GOVERNOR'S OFF-STATE LAW ENF 25,135,507 22,469,804 5C. GOVERNOR'S OFF-EXECUTIVE POL 162,641,981 6,068,303 5D. GOVERNOR'S OFF-MANSION AND G 263,344 263,344 6. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 263,843 263,843 7. SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE 1,330,177 1,310,177 8. COMPTROLLER GENERAL'S OFFICE 4,811,461 4,266,461 9. STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE 8,426,837 3,522,744 10. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE 6,590,487 6,184,904 10A. PROSECUTION COORDINATION COM 6,930,248 6,930,248 11. COMMISSION ON APPELLATE DEFE 821,174 821,174 12. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE 14,859,787 5,304,606 13. ELECTION COMMISSION 4,355,764 4,171,758 14A. B & C-OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DI 1,626,369 1,346,501 14B. B & C-DIV OF INTERNAL OPERAT 2,902,572 2,017,337 14C. B & C-FINANCIAL DATA SYSTEMS 3,640,059 2,515,607 14D. B & C-STATE BUDGET DIVISION 1,405,591 1,405,591 14E. B & C-RESEARCH AND STATISTIC 4,530,411 3,366,603 14F. B & C-INFORMATION RESOURCE M 36,032,281 1,717,599 14G. B & C-GENERAL SERVICES DIVIS 30,347,120 6,991,486 14H. B & C-FIRE MARSHAL'S OFFICE 3,185,669 2,254,403 14I. B & C-MOTOR VEHICLE MANAGEME 6,687,655 14J. B & C-INSURANCE SERVICES DIV 7,859,935 14K. B & C-HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEM 4,420,753 3,117,104 14L. B & C-LOCAL GOVERNMENT DIVIS 35,606,786 12,795,300 14M. B & C-AUDITOR'S OFFICE 4,001,710 4,001,710 14N. B & C-BOARD OF ECONOMIC ADVI 353,165 353,165 14P. B & C-RETIREMENT DIVISION 7,564,745 14Q. B & C-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 64,065,268 63,349,909 14R. B & C-CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 66,108,555 66,108,555 TOTAL EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATI 518,251,023 234,400,005 EDUCATIONAL DIVISION 15. COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATI 37,513,792 3,717,336 16. HIGHER EDUCATION TUITION GRA 17,386,885 16,700,037 17. THE CITADEL 43,025,330 12,816,053 18. CLEMSON UNIVERSITY (EDUCATIO 265,238,500 80,359,517 19. COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 55,797,388 21,390,373 20. FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY 27,518,948 11,968,045 21. LANDER COLLEGE 17,033,250 7,903,485 22. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERS 43,002,261 18,950,070 23A. UNIV OF SOUTH CAROLINA 322,392,478 121,377,296 23B. U S C - MEDICAL SCHOOL 28,972,607 18,993,241 23C. U S C - AIKEN CAMPUS 19,309,949 7,581,181 23D. U S C - COASTAL CAROLINA CAM 26,992,170 10,116,932 23E. U S C - SPARTANBURG CAMPUS 21,697,070 9,481,432 23F. U S C - BEAUFORT CAMPUS 3,847,871 1,772,292 23G. U S C - LANCASTER CAMPUS 4,832,883 2,409,669 23H. U S C - SALKEHATCHIE CAMPUS 3,522,358 1,801,332 23I. U S C - SUMTER CAMPUS 6,724,041 3,308,945 23J. U S C - UNION CAMPUS 1,828,356 909,899 24. WINTHROP UNIVERSITY 50,055,227 18,720,061 25A. MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH 249,589,721 77,589,721 25B. MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF S C HO 349,226,682 18,726,682 25C. CONSORTIUM OF COMM. TEACHING 17,008,647 14,748,647 26. COUNCIL ON VOCATIONAL & TECH 272,307 78,789 27. BD. FOR TECHNICAL & COMPREHE 225,619,893 120,683,355 28. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 1,819,302,8291,206,892,451 29. EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION COMMI 27,037,270 17,843,015 30. WIL LOU GRAY OPPORTUNITY SCH 3,781,824 2,718,629 31. VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 69,135,361 14,627,050 32. SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND THE 13,983,692 10,220,139 33. DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND H 5,412,067 4,097,090 34. CONFEDERATE RELIC ROOM AND M 196,794 196,794 35. STATE LIBRARY 8,215,688 6,023,201 36. ARTS COMMISSION 5,042,680 3,576,511 37. MUSEUM COMMISSION 6,081,796 5,276,052 TOTAL EDUCATIONAL DIVISION 3,796,598,6151,873,575,322 HEALTH DIVISION 38A. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES FINA 1,718,323,772 215,479,270 38B. CONT OF CARE - EMOTIONALLY D 10,617,913 2,283,577 39. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & ENVIR 301,914,963 96,101,934 40. DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH 262,637,780 172,336,687 41. DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL RETARDA 224,157,587 91,582,714 42. COMMISSION ON ALCOHOL & DRUG 23,950,854 9,720,133 TOTAL HEALTH DIVISION 2,541,602,869 587,504,315 SOCIAL REHABILITATION SERVICES DIVISION 43. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES 595,551,297 115,510,882 44. JOHN DE LA HOWE SCHOOL 3,806,653 3,316,383 45. CHILDREN'S FOSTER CARE REVIE 1,208,311 1,117,737 46. COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND 7,030,932 3,231,153 47. COMMISSION ON AGING 18,824,187 2,415,903 48. HOUSING FINANCE & DEVELOPMEN 18,159,377 464,614 49. HUMAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION 2,195,742 1,754,672 50. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAI 1,228,244 1,228,244 51. COMMISSION ON WOMEN 85,750 75,750 TOTAL SOCIAL REHABILITATION SERV 648,090,493 129,115,338 CORRECTIONAL DIVISION 52. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 256,089,111 207,213,956 53. PROBATION, PAROLE AND PARDON 25,697,715 14,238,936 54. DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH SERVICES 39,723,574 34,836,866 55. LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING COU 7,992,000 56. LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS HAL 177,731 TOTAL CORRECTIONAL DIVISION 329,680,131 256,289,758 CONSERVATION, NATURAL RESOURCES & DEVELOP DIV 57. WATER RESOURCES COMMISSION 8,334,581 4,173,233 58. LAND RESOURCES CONSERVATION 3,581,060 3,208,445 59. FORESTRY COMMISSION 27,276,281 16,273,202 60. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 10,555,605 6,236,521 61. CLEMSON UNIV (PUBLIC SERVICE 59,266,475 43,467,565 62. MIGRATORY WATERFOWL COMMITTE 239,176 29,176 63. WILDLIFE & MARINE RESOURCES 43,447,648 19,983,084 64. COASTAL COUNCIL 4,712,349 1,512,349 65. SEA GRANT CONSORTIUM 2,284,256 502,206 66. DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREAT 42,534,385 14,936,332 67. DEVELOPMENT BOARD 8,492,569 8,164,569 68. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COORD C 213,000 69. JOBS-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AU 5,762,948 393,491 70. PATRIOTS POINT DEVELOPMENT A 3,495,896 71. SAVANNAH VALLEY AUTHORITY 1,428,791 1,125,494 71A. COLUMBIAN QUINCENTENNIAL COM 350 72. OLD EXCHANGE BUILDING COMMIS 119,295 119,295 TOTAL CONSERVATION, NATURAL RESO 221,744,665 120,124,962 REGULATORY DIVISION 73. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 6,975,794 6,975,794 74. WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMIS 4,234,478 3,629,308 75. WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND 7,248,722 2,179,709 76. PATIENTS' COMPENSATION FUND 224,321 77. SECOND INJURY FUND 1,647,259 78. DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 5,209,584 5,084,584 79A. FINANCIAL INST BD-ADMINISTRA 24,560 24,560 79B. FINANCIAL INST BD-BANK EXAMI 1,088,856 1,088,856 79C. FINANCIAL INST BD-CONSUMER F 448,758 448,758 80. DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAI 2,187,698 2,156,398 81. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 6,034,527 4,020,800 82. TAX COMMISSION 36,205,757 34,975,757 83. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL C 4,064,141 3,975,202 84. ETHICS COMMISSION 438,647 438,647 85. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSI 81,099,896 190,706 86. BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 367,987 367,987 87. BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL EXAMI 277,664 277,664 88. AUCTIONEERS' COMMISSION 161,293 161,293 89. BOARD OF BARBER EXAMINERS 204,178 204,178 90. ATHLETIC COMMISSION 30,919 30,919 92. BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMIN 76,433 76,433 93. CONTRACTORS' LICENSING BOARD 440,328 440,328 94. BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY 491,571 491,571 95. BOARD OF DENTISTRY 310,883 310,883 96. BOARD OF ENGINEERS AND LAND 535,584 535,584 97. ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION 225,477 225,477 98. BOARD OF FORESTERS REGISTRAT 26,953 26,953 99. BOARD OF FUNERAL SERVICE 111,213 111,213 100. BOARD OF GEOLOGISTS REGISTRA 54,141 54,141 101. BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 799,787 799,787 102. BOARD OF NURSING 805,807 805,807 103A. NURS HOME ADMIN-RES CARE FAC 107,042 107,042 104. BOARD OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAP 20,767 20,767 105. BOARD OF OPTICIANRY EXAMINER 45,419 45,419 106. BOARD OF OPTOMETRY EXAMINERS 54,000 54,000 107. BOARD OF PHARMACY 296,773 296,773 108. BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY EX 74,844 74,844 109. BOARD OF PODIATRY EXAMINERS 7,084 7,084 110. BOARD OF PROF. COUNSELORS & 63,164 63,164 111. BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY EXAMINER 59,437 59,437 112. REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 1,767,643 1,767,643 113. RESIDENTIAL HOME BUILDERS CO 951,392 951,392 115. SOCIAL WORK EXAMINERS BOARD 124,586 124,586 116. SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY & 16,865 16,865 117. BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICAL 48,503 48,503 118. PROCUREMENT REVIEW PANEL 116,378 116,378 TOTAL REGULATORY DIVISION 165,807,113 73,863,194 DEBT SERVICE 119. DEBT SERVICE 159,699,327 159,699,327 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 159,699,327 159,699,327 MISCELLANEOUS DIVISION 122. AID TO SUBDIVISIONS 239,000,955 239,000,955 TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS DIVISION 239,000,955 239,000,955 TRANSPORTATION DIVISION 123. AERONAUTICS COMMISSION 3,780,615 2,658,945 124. DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS/PUBLI 726,559,622 619,703 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION DIVISION 730,340,237 3,278,648 GRAND TOTAL 9,404,323,4553,730,104,851 SOURCE OF FUNDS: APPROPRIATED GEN. FUNDS 3,730,104,851 FEDERAL FUNDS 2,860,561,516 OTHER FUNDS 2,813,657,088 TOTAL 9,404,323,455 SECTION 128 ESTIMATE OF GENERAL, SCHOOL, HIGHWAY, AND EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT ACT REVENUES FISCAL YEAR 1992-93 REGULAR SOURCES: RETAIL SALES TAX 1,250,750,401 INCOME TAX (TOTAL) 1,713,632,528 INDIVIDUAL 1,567,632,528 CORPORATION 146,000,000 TOTAL INCOME AND SALES TAX 2,964,382,929 ALL OTHER REVENUE ADMISSIONS TAX 8,300,000 AIRCRAFT TAX 4,700,000 ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR TAX 51,825,000 BANK TAX 9,700,000 BEER & WINE TAX 78,085,000 BUSINESS LICENSE TAX 29,750,000 COIN-OPERATED DEVICE TAX 25,500,000 COMMERCIAL NUCLEAR WASTE TAX 3,250,000 CONTRACTORS LICENSE TAX 1,500,000 CORPORATION LICENSE TAX 50,200,000 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 17,761,683 DEPARTMENTAL REVENUE 56,832,098 DOCUMENTARY TAX 12,000,000 EARNED ON INVESTMENTS 51,225,139 ELECTRIC POWER TAX 18,800,000 ESTATE TAX 12,500,000 FERTILIZER INSPECTION TAX 180,000 GASOLINE TAX - COUNTIES 18,950,000 INSURANCE TAX 76,404,000 MOTOR TRANSPORT FEES 5,050,000 PRIVATE CAR LINES TAX 1,650,000 PUBLIC SERVICE ASSESSMENT 4,200,000 PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY 6,366,000 RADIOACTIVE WASTE SURCHARGE 21,600,000 RETAILERS LICENSE TAX 1,015,000 SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION TAX 1,200,000 SOFT DRINKS TAX 23,700,000 WORKERS' COMPENSATION INSURANCE TAX 8,100,000 TOTAL ALL OTHER REVENUE 600,343,920 TOTAL REGULAR SOURCES 3,564,726,849 MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES: CIRCUIT & FAMILY COURT FINES 9,722,850 DEBT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT 11,809,720 HOUSING AUTHORITY REIMBURSEMENT 481,030 INDIRECT COST RECOVERIES 20,072,604 MENTAL HEALTH FEES 3,800,000 PAROLE & PROBATION SUPERVISION FEES 4,075,000 UNCLAIMED PROPERTY FUND TRANSFER 4,550,000 WASTE TREATMENT LOAN REPAYMENT 350,000 NON RECURRING REVENUE 143,616,534 TOTAL MISC. SOURCES 198,477,738 TOTAL REGULAR AND MISC. REVENUE 3,763,204,587 LESS: TRANSFER TO GENERAL RESERVE FUND (33,054,277) TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE 3,730,150,310 TOTAL HIGHWAY REVENUE 459,396,000 TOTAL EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT ACT 313,427,152 TOTAL ALL SOURCES OF REVENUES 4,502,973,462 129.1. (Judicial & Involuntary Commitment, Defense of Indigents) It is the responsibility of all agencies, departments and institutions of state government, to provide at no cost and as a part of the regular services of the agency, department or institutions such services as are necessary to carry out the provisions of Chapter 52 of Title 44 (Involuntary Commitment), Article 7, Chapter 17 of Title 44 of the 1976 Code (Judicial Commitment), Chapter 3 of Title 17 of the 1976 Code (Defense of Indigents), and Article 1 of Chapter 3 of Title 16 of the 1976 Code (Death Penalty), as amended, upon request of the Judicial Department and/or the appropriate court. To this end, state agencies are directed to furnish to the Judicial Department a list of their employees who are competent to serve as court examiners. The Judicial Department shall forward a copy of this list to the appropriate courts, and the courts shall utilize the services of such state employees whenever feasible. State employees shall receive no additional compensation for performing such services. For the purpose of interpreting this section, employees of the Medical University of South Carolina and individuals serving an internship or residency as an academic requirement or employees who are not full time state employees and who are not performing duties as state employees are not considered state employees. 129.2. (Capital Improvement Bond Balance Transfer) After review by the Joint Bond Review Committee, the State Budget and Control Board may transfer to the Bond Contingency Revolving Fund any capital improvement bond project balances determined not to be usable or needed. Capital improvement bonds issued on behalf of the Mental Health Commission as provided in Act 151 of 1983 and Act 1272 and 1276 of 1970, as amended, or to bonds issued on behalf of the Commission on Mental Retardation as provided in Section 44-21-1010 et seq. are exempt. Before accomplishing a transfer of this type, the required determination must be made by the agency for which the funds were authorized or by the Board if the agency no longer exists and the Board must find that the purpose for which the funds were authorized has been achieved. 129.3. (Case Service Billing Payments - Prior Year) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, agencies appropriated case services funds who routinely receive prior year case service billings after the old fiscal year has been officially closed are authorized to pay these case service obligations with current funds. This authorization does not apply to billings on hand that have been through a timely agency payment approval process when the old fiscal year closes. 129.4. (Credit Cards for Goods & Services) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State Treasurer may enter into contracts whereby the agency or institution may accept credit cards as payment for goods or services provided. 129.5. DELETED 129.6. (Warrant Requisitions, Deposits) The expenditure of money appropriated in this Act shall be by warrant requisitions directed to the Comptroller General. Upon receipt of the requisition, accompanied by invoices or other satisfactory evidence of the propriety of the payment, and itemized according to standard budget classifications, the Comptroller General shall issue his warrant on the State Treasurer to the payee designated in the requisition. No requisitions for warrants shall be processed for any amounts less than one dollar. Upon approval and designation by the State Budget and Control Board, state institutions may requisition funds in favor of their own treasurer, itemized only to the extent of the purpose of the appropriation as expressed in this Act, and may deposit such funds in the name of the institution, in such bank or banking institutions as shall be designated by the State Treasurer, and disburse same by check to meet the purposes of the appropriation, but strict account shall be kept of all such expenditures according to standard budget classifications. All money shall be drawn only when actually owing and due. The Comptroller General shall establish rules and regulations for the uniform reimbursement, remittance and transfers of funds to the General Fund of the State required by law. 129.7. (Retirement System Contribution - Federal Funds) Final settlement received on Federal funds allotted to the state and the investment earnings thereof, under the provisions of the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972 not heretofore appropriated, shall be applied to the payment of appropriations in this Act for the State contribution to the South Carolina Retirement System. 129.8. (Federal Program Expenses, Lag Time) After July 1, of the current fiscal year, the Department of Health and Environmental Control, Department of Mental Health, Department of Mental Retardation, Department of Social Services, State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, Commission on Aging, Advisory Board for Review of Foster Care of Children, Department of Corrections, and Department of Youth Services may expend if necessary, state appropriated funds for the current fiscal year to cover fourth quarter Federal Programs expenses incurred in the prior fiscal year necessitated by the time lag of federal reimbursement. 129.9. (Federal Funds, Donations, Deposited in State Treasury) All Federal Funds received shall be deposited in the State Treasury, if not in conflict with Federal regulations, and withdrawn therefrom as needed, in the same manner as that provided for the disbursement of state funds. If it shall be determined that federal funds are not available for, or cannot be appropriately used in connection with, all or any part of any activity or program for which state funds are specifically appropriated in this Act to match Federal funds, the appropriated funds may not be expended and shall be returned to the General Fund, except upon specific written approval of the Budget and Control Board after review by the Joint Appropriations Review Committee. Donations or contributions from sources other than the Federal Government, for use by any state agency, shall be deposited in the State Treasury, but in special accounts, and shall be withdrawn from the treasury as needed to fulfill the purposes and conditions of the said donations, or contributions, if specified, and, if not specified, as may be directed by the proper authorities of the department. The expenditure of funds by agencies of the State Government from sources other than General Fund appropriations shall be subject to the same limitations and provisions of law applicable to the expenditure of appropriated funds with respect to salaries, wages or other compensation, travel expense, and other allowance or benefits for employees. 129.10. (Fee Increases) (A) No state agency, department, board, committee, commission, or authority, may increase an existing fee for performing any duty, responsibility, or function unless the fee for performing the particular duty, responsibility, or function is authorized by statutory law and set by regulation except as provided in this paragraph. (B) This paragraph does not apply to: (1) state-supported governmental health care facilities; (2) state-supported schools, colleges, and universities; (3) educational, entertainment, recreational, cultural, and training programs; (4) the State Board of Financial Institutions; (5) sales by state agencies of goods or tangible products produced for or by these agencies; (6) charges by state agencies for room and board provided on state-owned property; (7) application fees for recreational activities sponsored by state agencies and conducted on a draw or lottery basis; (8) court fees or fines levied in a judicial or adjudicatory proceeding; (9) the South Carolina Public Service Authority or the South Carolina Ports Authority. (C) This paragraph does not prohibit a state agency, department, board, committee, or commission from increasing fees for services provided to other state agencies, departments, boards, committees, commissions, political subdivisions, or fees for health care and laboratory services regardless of whether the fee is set by statute. (D) Statutory law for purposes of this paragraph does not include regulations promulgated pursuant to the State Administrative Procedures Act. 129.11. DELETED 129.12. (POLA, 110%) Professional and Occupational Licensing Agencies referred to in Section 11-5-210, CLSC, 1976, must generate revenue equal to 110 percent of their appropriation. In any year during which any Professional and Occupational Licensing Agency does not generate the required revenue as provided above, it shall generate sufficient revenue in the succeeding year to offset the prior deficit, in addition to meeting requirements for the current year. Professional and Occupational Licensing Boards may adjust fees, if necessary, to generate revenue at least ten percent above the current year state appropriation. 129.13. (State Institutions - Revenues & Income) The University of South Carolina, Clemson University, the Medical University of S. C. (including the Medical University Hospital), The Citadel, Winthrop College, S. C. State College, Francis Marion College, College of Charleston, Lander College and the Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School shall remit all revenues and income, collected at the respective institutions, to the State Treasurer according to the terms of Section 1 of this Act, but all such revenues or income so collected, except fees received as regular term tuition, matriculation, and registration, shall be carried in a special continuing account by the State Treasurer, to the credit of the respective institutions, and may be requisitioned by said institutions, in the manner prescribed in Section 129.6 of this Act, and expended to fulfill the purpose for which such fees or income were levied, but no part of such income shall be used for permanent improvements without the express written approval of the State Budget and Control Board and the Joint Legislative Capital Bond Review Committee; and it is further required that no such fee or income shall be charged in excess of the amount that is necessary to supply the service, or fulfill the purpose for which such fee or income was charged. Notwithstanding other provisions of this act, funds at State Institutions of Higher Learning derived wholly from athletic or other student contests, from the activities of student organizations, and from the operations of canteens and bookstores, and from approved Private Practice plans may be retained at the institution and expended by the respective institutions only in accord with policies established by the institution's Board of Trustees. Such funds shall be audited annually by the State but the provisions of this Act concerning unclassified personnel compensation, travel, equipment purchases and other purchasing regulations shall not apply to the use of these funds. 129.14. (BCB Authority - Agency Surveys, Facilities Studies & Bonds) In addition to the powers and duties devolved upon the Budget and Control Board by the 1976 Code of Laws of this State, the said Board is hereby given full power and authority to make surveys, studies, and examinations of departments, institutions, and agencies of this State, as well as its programs, so as to determine whether a proper system of accounting is maintained in such departments, institutions, commissions, and agencies, and to require and enforce the adoption of such policies as are deemed necessary to accomplish these purposes; and to survey, appraise, examine and inspect, and determine the true conditions of all property of the State, and what may be necessary to protect it against fire hazard or deterioration, and to conserve its use for State purposes, and to make and issue and to enforce all necessary, needful, and convenient rules and regulations for the enforcement of this provision and to approve the destruction or disposal of records of no value to the State. The State Budget and Control Board may require that all plans and specifications for permanent improvements of any nature by any State department or institution shall be submitted to the said Board for approval prior to the awarding of any contract therefor, or prior to construction by any other means. The State Budget and Control Board shall have the authority to approve blanket bonds for each of the several departments, agencies and institutions of the state government, which bonds shall include coverage requirements by law for particular officials and employees and any others who, in the opinion of the Board, should be bonded. Such blanket bonds shall be subject to approval as to form and execution by the Attorney General. The Division of General Services may contract to develop an energy utilization management system for state facilities under its control and to assist other agencies and departments in establishing similar programs following all applicable laws and regulations, but no capital expenditures are authorized hereby. 129.15. (Transfers of Appropriations) (A) Transfers of appropriations herein provided may be made within departments upon written justification to the State Budget Division and upon the unanimous approval of the State Budget and Control Board. (B) No such transfer may exceed twenty percent of the program budget. Upon request, details of such transfers may be provided to members of the General Assembly on an agency by agency basis. (C) No transfers for the purpose of providing salary increases for current employees shall be allowed from funds appropriated in this act for new positions. (D) The Board shall use all transfer activity data to assist in analyzing agencies' budget requests. A report on transfer activity shall be made quarterly to the Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee. 129.16. (Bank Procedures - State Treasury A Bank) In any instances where Federal laws or regulations, relating to funds allotted to State Government agencies, include requirements relating to banking procedures, the State Treasury shall be deemed to meet the definition of a bank. 129.17. (Community Corrections Revenue to General Fund) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the funds generated in the current fiscal year from the increases in the fees resulting from the amendment to Section 24-23-210 of the 1976 Code, as contained in Section 41 of Part II of the FY 91-92 Appropriations Act, $740,000 must be credited to the general fund of the State. 129.18. DELETED 129.19. DELETED 129.20. (Federal Funds - DHEC, DSS, HHSFC, Aging - Disallowances) Amounts appropriated to the Department of Health and Environmental Control, Department of Social Services, State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, and Commission on Aging may be expended to cover program operations of prior fiscal years where adjustment of such prior years are necessary under federal regulations or audit exceptions. All disallowances or notices of disallowances by any federal agency of any costs claimed by these agencies shall be submitted to the State Auditor, the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee, within five days of receipt of such actions. 129.21. (Family Foster Care Payments) The Department of Mental Retardation, Department of Social Services, and Department of Youth Services shall furnish as Family Foster Care payments for individual foster children under their sponsorship: ages 0 - 5 $182 per month ages 6 - 12 $209 per month ages 13 + $275 per month These specified amounts are for the basic needs of the foster children. Basic needs within this proviso are identified as food (at home and away), clothing, housing, transportation, education and other costs as defined in the U.S. Department of Agriculture study of "Annual Cost of Raising a Child to Age Eighteen". Further, each agency shall identify and justify, as another line item, all material and/or services, in excess of those basic needs listed above, which were a direct result of a professional agency evaluation of clientele need. Legitimate medical care in excess of Medicaid reimbursement or such care not recognized by Medicaid may be considered as special needs if approved by the sponsoring/responsible agency and shall be reimbursed by the sponsoring agency in the same manner of reimbursing other special needs of foster children. 129.22. (Fixed Student Fees) During the current fiscal year, student fees at the State institutions of higher learning shall be fixed by the respective Boards of Trustees as follows: (1) Fees applicable to student housing, dining halls, student health service, parking facility, laundries and all other personal subsistence expenses shall be sufficient to fully cover the total direct operating and capital expenses of providing such facilities and services over their expected useful life except those operating or capital expenses related to the removal of asbestos. (2) Student Activity Fees may be fixed at such rates as the respective Boards shall deem reasonable and necessary. 129.23. (Tech Educ Colleges - Student Activity Fees) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act, funds at Technical Education Colleges derived wholly from the activities of student organizations and from the operations of canteens and bookstores may be retained by the college and expended only in accord with policies established by the respective college's Area Commission and approved by the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education. 129.24. (Educational Fee Waivers) The institutions of higher education may offer educational fee waivers to no more than two percent of the undergraduate student body. 129.25. (Human Services Coordinating Council Creation) The General Assembly finds that the operation of health and human services may be enhanced by closer working relationships among agencies at the state and local level. The General Assembly finds that coordination at both levels provides opportunities to serve the citizens of South Carolina better through (1) continued expansion of services integration and (2) stronger communication among agencies delivering services. In order to assist in, recommend, develop policy for, and supervise the expenditure of funds for the continuation of service integration in South Carolina, there is created a Human Services Coordinating Council, hereinafter, entitled the Council. The Council shall consist of: (1) The chairperson of the boards of the following agencies: Commission on Aging, Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Commission on the Blind, Children's Foster Care Review Board, Department of Education, Department of Health and Environmental Control, State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, Department of Youth Services, Department of Veterans' Affairs, John De La Howe School, Department of Mental Health, Department of Mental Retardation, School for Deaf and Blind, Department of Social Services, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Guardian ad Litem Program, Continuum of Care for Emotionally Disturbed Children, Educational Television, Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School, Department of Corrections, Probation, Parole and Pardon Services and the State Housing Finance and Development Authority. These chairpersons shall receive the usual mileage, subsistence, and per diem provided by law for members of committees, boards, and commissions. Mileage, subsistence, and per diem must be paid from the approved accounts of their respective boards or commissions. (2) The chief executive officer of each of the following agencies: Commission on Aging, Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Commission on the Blind, Children's Foster Care Review Board, Department of Education, Department of Health and Environmental Control, State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, Department of Youth Services, Department of Veterans' Affairs, John De La Howe School, Department of Mental Health, Department of Mental Retardation, School for Deaf and Blind, Department of Social Services, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Guardian ad Litem Program, Continuum of Care for Emotionally Disturbed Children, Educational Television, Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School, Department of Corrections, Probation, Parole and Pardon Services and the State Housing Finance and Development Authority. (3) The Governor or his designee. (4) Other such members as the Council shall deem appropriate. The Council shall: (1) Select a board chairperson on an annual basis to serve as the Council chairperson; select a chief executive officer on an annual basis to serve as the Council vice-chairperson. (2) Meet regularly to provide an opportunity for collaboration and cooperation among member agencies. The Council shall have as its goals: (1) Identify and address priority health and human needs and promote the availability of responsive resources. (2) Promote cost-effective, efficient approaches for the delivery of health and human services which include prevention, education, reduction of dependency, promotion of self-sufficiency and delivery of services in the least restrictive, most appropriate community-based and institutional settings. (3) Provide coordination between the council members and the State Health and Human Services Finance Commission in the development of the comprehensive State Health and Human Services Plan. (4) In cooperation with the State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, coordinate and oversee efforts to integrate services information among state agencies and between state and local agencies. (5)Review and monitor service integration efforts begun by the Human Services Integration Projects, including: (a) Developing standards for case management activities and coordinating with local entities on service integration efforts, and (b) Receiving requests for funding of projects designed to further integration of services, including review and approval of such projects. 129.26. (Alternate Electronic Funds Transfer System) There is established a committee to study an alternate electronic funds transfer system to deliver benefits to qualified recipients. The committee shall consist of one representative from each of the following agencies: the South Carolina Department of Social Services, South Carolina State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, the State Reorganization Commission, and the State Treasurer. One member each shall be appointed by the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the Governor. The Committee shall provide oversight and monitoring of the implementation of the alternate electronic benefit transfer pilot project. 129.27. (Employer Contributions Cost of Agencies) It is the intent of the General Assembly that the amount so provided to each agency or institution for employee benefits shall be sufficient to pay the employer contribution costs of that agency. The Budget and Control Board is directed to devise a plan for the expenditure of the funds appropriated for employer contributions and may require transfers of funds within an agency or institution if it becomes evident that the employer contribution costs will exceed the funds available for that purpose. 129.28. (Dual Employment) Any employee who is approved for dual employment must be paid in a timely manner. The secondary agency is required to make payment of funds approved for and earned under dual employment within forty-five days of the beginning of the employment. 129.29. (Payroll Schedule & Compensation Restrictions) Except as otherwise provided in this Act, all appropriations for compensation of State Employees shall be paid in twice-monthly installments to the person holding such position. In order to provide a regular and permanent schedule for payment of employees, it is hereby established that the payroll period shall begin on June 2, 1991, with the first pay period ending on June 16, 1991. The payroll period shall continue thereafter on a twice-monthly schedule as established by the Budget and Control Board. It is the intent of the General Assembly that this schedule, thus established, will continue from one fiscal year to another without interruption, on a twice-monthly basis. The Budget and Control Board is authorized to approve any changes to this schedule where circumstances are deemed justifiable. The appropriated salaries for specified positions shall mean the maximum compensation for such position, except as specifically provided in other provisions of this act, and in any case where the head of any department can secure the services for a particular position or work at a lower rate than the salary specified in this Act, authority for so doing is hereby given. No employee of any state department or institution shall be paid any compensation from any other department of the state government except those approved under the provisions of Regulation 19-702.09 of the 1976 Code, as amended, and no employee of any department or institution shall be paid travel expenses by any other department or institution without approval of the agency by which he is regularly employed. The Comptroller General shall report, after June thirtieth of each year, to the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee the names of all employees receiving dual compensation and the amounts received. The provisions of Regulation 19-707.02 and Section 8-5-10 of the 1976 Code, as amended, shall not apply to employees hired for 120 days or less. 129.30. (Contracts - Private Individuals) Agencies of the state may contract with private individuals for personnel services for periods not to exceed twelve months and for amounts of less than $60,000, notwithstanding any other provision of law. 129.31. (Discrimination Policy) It is the policy of the State of South Carolina to recruit, hire, train, and promote employees without discrimination because of race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion or physical disability. This policy is to apply to all levels and phases of personnel within state government, including but not limited to recruiting, hiring, compensation, benefits, promotions, transfers, layoffs, recalls from layoffs, and educational, social, or recreational programs. It is the policy of the State to take affirmative action to remove the disparate effects of past discrimination, if any, because of race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion or physical disability. Each state agency shall submit to the State Human Affairs Commission employment and filled vacancy data by race and sex by October 31, of each year. In accordance with Section 1-13-110 of the South Carolina Code of Laws of 1976, as amended, the Human Affairs Commission shall submit a report on the status of State Agencies' Affirmative Action Plans and Programs to the General Assembly by February 1 each year. This report shall contain the total number of persons employed in each job group, by race and sex, at the end of the preceding reporting period, a breakdown by race and sex of those hired or promoted from within the agency during the reporting period, and an indication of whether affirmative action goals were achieved. For each job group referenced in the Human Affairs report, where the hiring of personnel does not reflect the percentage goals established in the agency's affirmative action plan for the year in question, the State agency shall submit a detailed explanation to the Human Affairs Commission by February 15, explaining why goals were not achieved. The Human Affairs Commission shall review the explanations and notify the Budget and Control Board of any agency not in satisfactory compliance with meeting its stated goals. The Budget and Control Board shall notify any agency not in compliance that their request for additional appropriations for the current appropriation cycle, may not be processed until such time as the Budget and Control Board, after consultation with the Human Affairs Commission, is satisfied that the agency is making a good faith effort to comply with its affirmative action plan, and that the compliance must be accomplished within a reasonable length of time to be determined by the mission and circumstances of the agency. This requirement shall not affect additional appropriation requests for public assistance payments or aid to entities. This section does not apply to those agencies that have been exempted from the reporting requirements of the Human Affairs Commission. 129.32. (RIF, Recall Procedures, Residency Preference) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Budget and Control Board shall be responsible for coordinating the placement of all state employees who are terminated because of a reduction-in-force resulting from reduced personal service funding and shall issue such administrative procedures as necessary to carry out the intent of this proviso. When a vacancy occurs in a state agency, or when an agency acts to fill a new position as listed and italicized in the Appropriation Act, the agency shall implement the recall provisions of their reduction-in-force procedure and plan concerning its employees who have been terminated as a result of a reduction-in-force. State agencies shall give priority consideration to those employees who have been terminated from any other state agency as a result of this reduction-in-force and who were formerly employed in the same classification, classification series, or position category as the vacancy or the new position listed in this act. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, when a vacancy occurs in a state agency, other than institutions of higher education, or when an agency acts to fill a new position, the agency shall give preference to residents of this State, if the two are equally qualified for the vacancy or new position. 129.33. (Temporary Grant Funded Positions) Notwithstanding any other provision of law or this Act, state agencies and institutions may, at their discretion, hire employees to fill temporary grant positions specified in federal grants, public charity grants, private foundation grants, and research grants approved or authorized by the appropriate state authority in accordance with the following provisions: A. Only those funds authorized within the approved federal grant, public charity grant, private foundation grant, or research grant can be used to pay the salaries and/or benefits of temporary grant employees hired under this provision. B. Temporary grant positions, employees, and the conditions of their employment shall be reported in accordance with provisions developed by the Division of Human Resource Management of the Budget and Control Board. C. Positions established under this provision must be limited to and must not exist beyond the duration of the grant or any subsequent renewal of it. When the grant or any subsequent renewal ends, temporary grant employees must be terminated and their positions will cease to exist. Temporary grant employees will be exempt from the provisions of Sections 8-17-310 through 8-17-380 of the 1976 Code, as amended. State agencies and institutions must terminate all temporary grant positions at any time funding upon which the grant is based is terminated or is insufficient to continue payments under the conditions of the grant. D. Temporary grant employees may be eligible for the same benefits, excluding permanent or probationary employment status, available to permanent state employees provided that such funds are available within the grant. E. Temporary grant employees shall be deemed to be employed at will. The temporary grant employee shall not be entitled to any compensation beyond the date of termination, other than for such part of the grant that has been performed. F. Discretionary determinations by a state agency or institution as to whether to hire an employee pursuant to this proviso are final and not subject to administrative or judicial appeal. 129.34. (Personal Service Reconciliation, 9 Month Vacancies) The General Assembly expresses its continuing concern over the control of the number of personnel employed by the State of South Carolina. This concern is evidenced in the 1980 Public Employment Report of the United States Bureau of Census. It is further declared to be the intent of the General Assembly to continue to take positive steps to control and restrict the number of personnel employed in the future, without unduly hampering the legitimate functions of state government. In order to obtain the necessary control over the number of employees, the Budget and Control Board is hereby directed to maintain close supervision over the number of state employees, and to require specifically the following: 1. That no state agency exceed the total authorized number of full-time equivalent positions funded from State, Federal, or other sources as provided in each section of this Act except by majority vote of the Budget and Control Board after review and comment by the Joint Legislative Committee on Personal Service Financing and Budgeting. Specific written confirmation of such majority approval shall be forwarded to the Joint Appropriations Review Committee in the event that any agency is allowed to exceed the number of positions authorized in this Act. 2. That the State Budget Division shall maintain and make, as necessary, periodic adjustments thereto, an official record of the total number of authorized full-time equivalent positions by agency categorized by State, Federal, or other funding sources and shall provide a certified duplicate of such record to the Joint Legislative Committee on Personal Service Financing and Budgeting and to the Joint Appropriations Review Committee. The State Budget Division shall submit monthly reports to the Joint Legislative Committee on Personal Service Financing and Budgeting and the Joint Appropriations Review Committee and such reports shall include any changes in the authorized number of full-time equivalent positions, the number of filled and vacant positions and any other data requested by the committees. (a) That within thirty (30) days of the passage of the Appropriation Act or by August 1, whichever comes later, each agency of the State must have established on the Budget and Control Board records all positions authorized in the Act. After that date, the Board shall delete any non established positions immediately from the official record of authorized full-time equivalent positions. No positions shall be established by the Board in excess of the number authorized in the Board record of authorized full-time equivalent positions. (b) By September 30, the Board shall prepare a personal service detail, by agency, which shows each position established for the fiscal year and the amount of funds required, by source of funds, to support the position for the fiscal year at a funding level of 100% and the Board shall then reconcile each agency's personal service detail with the agency's personal service appropriation as contained in the Act adjusted for any pay increases, and any other factors necessary to reflect the agency's personal service funding level. The Board shall provide a copy of each agency's personal service reconciliation to the Joint Legislative Committee on Personal Service Financing and Budgeting. (c) Any position which is shown by the reconciliation to be unfunded or significantly underfunded may be deleted at the direction of the Budget and Control Board and the Joint Legislative Committee on Personal Service Financing and Budgeting. (d) Full-time equivalent (FTE) positions shall be determined under the following guidelines: 1. The annual work hours for each FTE shall be the agency's full-time standard annual work hours. 2. The State FTE shall be derived by multiplying the state percentage of budgeted funds for each position by the FTE for that position. 3. All institutions of higher education shall use a value of 0.75 FTE for each position determined to be full-time faculty with a duration of nine (9) months. The FTE method of accounting shall be utilized for all authorized positions. 3. That the number of positions authorized in this Act shall be reduced in the following circumstances: (a) Upon request by an agency. (b) When anticipated federal funds are not made avail able. (c) When the Budget and Control Board, through study or analysis, becomes aware of any unjustifiable excess of positions in any state agency. 4.The Budget and Control Board shall annually reconcile personal service funds with full-time employee count to determine unfunded positions which should be eliminated. The Budget and Control Board must report their findings to the Senate Finance Committee and the Ways and Means Committee by February 1 of the current fiscal year. 5. That no new permanent positions in state government shall be funded by appropriations in acts supplemental to this Act but temporary positions may be so funded. 6. The provisions of this section shall not apply to personnel exempt from the State Classification and Compensation Plan under Item I of Section 8-11-260 of the 1976 Code. The Budget and Control Board, in making their appropriation recommendations to the Ways and Means Committee, must provide that the level of personal service appropriation recommended for each agency is at least 95% of the funds required to meet 100% of the funds needed for the full-time equivalents positions recommended by the Board (exclusive of new positions). 129.35. (Allowance for Residences & Compensation Restrictions) That salaries paid to officers and employees of the State, including its several boards, commissions, and institutions shall be in full for all services rendered, and no perquisites of office or of employment shall be allowed in addition thereto, but such perquisites, commodities, services or other benefits shall be charged for at the prevailing local value and without the purpose or effect of increasing the compensation of said officer or employee. The charge for these items may be payroll deducted at the discretion of the Comptroller General or the chief financial officer at each agency maintaining its own payroll system. This shall not apply to the Governor's Mansion, nor for department-owned housing used for recruitment and training of Mental Health Professionals, nor to guards at any of the State's penal institutions and nurses and attendants at the Department of Mental Health, and the Department of Mental Retardation, and registered nurses providing clinical care at the MUSC Medical Center, nor to the Superintendent and staff of John de la Howe School, nor to the cottage parents and staff of Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School, nor to full-time or part-time staff who work after regular working hours in the SLED Communications Center or Maintenance Area, nor to the Directors of John G. Richards Campus, Willow Lane Campus, and the Reception and Evaluation Center at the Department of Youth Services nor to the Residence Dormitory Director and the Assistant Residence Director at the Governor's School for Science and Mathematics. The Presidents of those State institutions of higher learning authorized to provide on-campus residential facilities for students may be permitted to occupy residences on the grounds of such institutions without charge. Any state institution of higher learning may provide a housing allowance to the President in lieu of a residential facility, the amount to be approved by the Budget and Control Board. That the following may be permitted to occupy residences owned by the respective Departments without charge: the Commissioner of the Department of Corrections, the State Commissioner of Mental Health, the Farm Director, Farm Managers, and Specialists employed at the Wateree River Correctional Institution, Walden Correctional Institution, MacDougall Youth Correctional Center, and Givens Youth Correctional Center; the S. C. State Commission of Forestry fire tower operators, forestry aides, and caretaker at central headquarters; the S. C. Wildlife and Marine Resources Department's Game Management Personnel, Fish Hatchery Superintendents, Lake Superintendent, and Fort Johnson Superintendent; the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism field personnel in the State Parks Division; the Agricultural Aide at the Department of Youth Services Farm; Director of Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School; President of the School for the Deaf and Blind; house parents for the Commission for the Blind; Director of the Physical Plant at Winthrop College and Farm Superintendent at Winthrop College; S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control personnel at the State Park Health Facility and Camp Burnt Gin; Assistant Director of Residence Life and a student counselor at Lander College; Clemson University's Head Foot ball Coach; the Department of Mental Retardation physicians and other professionals at Whitten Center, Clemson University Off-Campus Agricultural Staff and Housing Area Coordinators; and University of South Carolina's Manager of Bell Camp Facility, Housing Maintenance Night Supervisors, Residence Life Directors, temporary and transition employees, and emergency medical personnel. Except in the case of elected officials, the fair market rental value of any residence furnished to a State Employee shall be reported by the State Agency furnishing the residence to the State Auditor and the Joint Legislative Committee on Personal Service Financing and Budgeting by October 1, of each fiscal year. All salaries paid by departments and institutions shall be in accord with a uniform classification and compensation plan, approved by the Budget and Control Board, applicable to all personnel of the State Government whose compensation is not specifically fixed in this act. Such plan shall include all employees regardless of the source of funds from which payment for personal service is drawn. Academic personnel of the institutions of higher learning and other individual or group of positions that cannot practically be covered by the plan may be excluded therefrom but their compensations as approved by the Division of Human Resource Management shall, nevertheless, be subject to review by the Budget and Control Board. Salary appropriations for employees fixed in this Act shall be in full for all services rendered, and no supplements from other sources shall be permitted or approved by the State Budget and Control Board. With the exception of travel and subsistence, legislative study committees shall not compensate any person who is otherwise employed as a full-time state employee. Salaries of the heads of all agencies of the State Government shall be specifically fixed in this Act and no salary shall be paid any agency head whose salary is not so fixed. The source of compensation for any position in the State Government shall not be changed without approval of the Budget and Control Board. Commuter mileage on non-exempt state vehicles shall be considered as income and reported by the Comptroller General in accordance with IRS regulations. State agencies and institutions shall be allowed to spend public funds on employee plaques, certificates, and other similar recognition events, up to the limit of $50 for each individual, provided that no such award is monetary, and that total expenditures of public funds for such awards by each state agency or institution do not exceed $1,000 per every 1,000 employees. 129.36. (MUSC Hospital Services Rates) The Board of the Medical University of South Carolina shall provide hospital services to state employees and officials of state government at a rate not to exceed the payment rates to hospitals provided by the employee's insurance program(s). Private physician fees, psychiatry, and all dental are not included. 129.37. (Health Programs for Agency Heads - MUSC, USC) The Medical University of South Carolina and the School of Medicine of the University of South Carolina shall develop health programs for agency heads. The programs shall be submitted to the Budget and Control Board for approval, after which the Board may authorize the agency or institution to pay, on behalf of the agency head, one-half of the cost, provided that the amount to be paid by the agency shall not exceed $250. Where the agency or institution is located in an area other than Columbia or Charleston, the Budget and Control Board may approve an alternate health plan for the agency head and may authorize payment by the agency which is consistent with payments to the Medical University or the University of South Carolina. 129.38. (University & Colleges - Allowance for Presidents) Presidents of the University of South Carolina, Clemson University, the Medical University of South Carolina, The Citadel, Winthrop College, South Carolina State College, Francis Marion College, College of Charleston, and Lander College must not be paid a fixed allowance for personal expenses incurred in connection with the performance of their official duties. Reimbursements may be made to the Presidents from funds available to their respective institutions for any personal expenses incurred provided that all requests for reimbursement are supported by properly documented vouchers processed through the normal accounting procedures of the institutions. 129.39. (Replacement of Personal Property) The Department of Youth Services, Department of Corrections, Probation, Parole and Pardon Services, Department of Mental Health, Department of Mental Retardation and School for the Deaf and Blind may replace the personal property of an employee which has been damaged or destroyed by a client while in custody of the agency. The replacement of personal property may be made only if the loss has resulted from actions by the employee deemed to be appropriate and in the line of duty by the agency head and if the damaged or destroyed item is found by the agency head to be reasonable in value, and necessary for the employee to carry out the functions and duties of his employment. Replacement of damaged or destroyed items shall not exceed $250 per item, per incident. Each agency must have guidelines to insure the reasonableness of the replacement payments. 129.40. (Law Enforcement Officer - Retiree Weapon Pur chase) All state employees, who are commissioned law enforcement officers upon retirement, if vested, may purchase their assigned weapon at a nominal fee. 129.41. (Agency Head Business Expense Reimbursement) Agency heads may receive reimbursements for business expenses incurred while performing their official duties, provided that receipts are presented when seeking reimbursement and justification is submitted to document the time, place, and purpose of the expense as well as the names of the individuals involved. The Budget and Control Board shall promulgate regulations governing these expenses. 129.42. (Per Diem) The per diem allowance of all boards, commissions and committees shall be at the rate of Thirty- five ($35) Dollars per day. No full-time officer or employee of the State shall draw any per diem allowance for service on such boards, commissions or committees. 129.43. (Travel - Spouse of Governor & Lt. Governor) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the spouses of the Governor and the Lieutenant Governor of the State are authorized to receive reimbursement of actual expenses when accompanying the Governor or the Lieutenant Governor on official state business. 129.44. (Travel - Subsistence Expenses) Travel and subsistence expenses, whether paid from State appropriated, Federal, local or other funds, shall be allowed in accordance with the following provisions: A. Unless otherwise provided in paragraphs B through H of this section, all employees of the State of South Carolina or any agency thereof including employees and members of the governing bodies of each technical education center while traveling on the business of the State shall, upon presentation of a paid receipt, be allowed reimbursement for actual expenses incurred for lodging. Agencies may contract with lodging facilities to pay on behalf of an employee. Failure to maintain proper control of direct payments for lodging may result in the revocation of the agency's authority by the Comptroller General or the State Auditor. The employee shall also be reimbursed for the actual expenses incurred in the obtaining of meals except that such costs shall not exceed ($20) per day within the State of South Carolina. For travel outside of South Carolina the maximum daily reimbursement for meals shall not exceed ($32). Agencies may contract with food or dining facilities to pay for meals on behalf of employees in accordance with rules and regulations established by the Budget and Control Board. It shall be the responsibility of the agency head to monitor the charges for lodging which might be claimed by his employees in order to determine that such charges are reasonable, taking into consideration location, purpose of travel or other extenuating circumstances. The provisions of this item shall not apply to Section 42-3-40 of the 1976 Code. B. That employees of the State, when traveling outside the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico upon promotional business for the State of South Carolina shall be entitled to actual expenses for both food and lodging. C. The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Comptroller General, Attorney General, State Treasurer, Adjutant General, Superintendent of Education and the Commissioner of Agriculture shall be reimbursed actual expenses for subsistence. D. Non-legislative members of committees appointed pursuant to Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly whose membership consists solely of members of the General Assembly or members of the General Assembly and other personnel who are not employees of the State of South Carolina shall be allowed subsistence expenses of $35 per day while traveling on official business. Members of such committees may opt to receive actual expenses incurred for lodging and actual expenses incurred in the obtaining of meals in lieu of the allowable subsistence expense. E. Members of the State Boards, Commissions, or Commit tees whose duties are not full-time and who are paid on a per diem basis, shall be allowed reimbursement for actual expenses incurred at the rates provided in Paragraph A and I of this Section while away from their places of residence on official business of the State. One person accompanying a handicapped member of a State Board, Commission, or Committee on official business of the State shall be allowed the same reimbursement for actual expenses incurred at the rates provided in Paragraph A through I of this Section. F. No subsistence reimbursement shall be allowed to a Justice of the Supreme Court or Judge of the Court of Appeals while traveling in the county of his official residence. When traveling on official business of said court within 40 miles outside the county of his official residence, a Supreme Court Justice and a Judge of the Court of Appeals shall be allowed subsistence expenses in the amount of $35 per day plus such mileage allowance for travel as is provided for other employees of the State. When traveling on official business of said Court 40 or more miles outside the county of his official residence, each Justice and Judge of the Court of Appeals shall be allowed subsistence expenses in the amount as provided in this Act for members of the General Assembly plus such mileage allowance for travel as is provided for other employees of the State. The Chief Justice, or such other person as he designates, while at tending the Conference of Chief Justices and one member of the Supreme Court while attending the National Convention of Appellate Court Judges, and three Circuit Judges while at tending the National Convention of State Trial Judges shall be allowed actual subsistence and travel expenses. Upon approval of the Chief Justice, Supreme Court Justices, Judges of the Court of Appeals, Circuit Judges, and Family Court Judges shall be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred for all other official business requiring out-of-state expenses at the rate provided in paragraph A of this section. G. No subsistence reimbursements are allowed to a Circuit Judge or a Family Court Judge while holding court within the county in which he resides. While holding court or on other official business outside the county, but within the circuit in which he resides and within fifty miles of his residence, a Circuit Court Judge or Family Court Judge is entitled to a subsistence allowance in the amount of $35 per day. While holding court or on other official business within his circuit at a location fifty miles or more from his residence or without his circuit, a Circuit Court or Family Court Judge is entitled to a subsistence allowance in the amount as provided in this Act for members of the General Assembly. H. Any retired Justice, Circuit Court Judge or Family Court Judge or Master-in-Equity appointed by the Supreme Court to serve as a Special Circuit Judge, Family Court Judge, Appeals Court Judge, or Acting Associate Justice shall serve without pay but shall receive the same allowance for subsistence, expenses, and mileage as provided in Part I for Circuit Court Judges. I. No expense shall be allowed an employee either at his place of residence or at the official headquarters of the agency by which he is employed except as provided in paragraph E, of this section. When an employee is assigned to work a particular territory or district, and such territory or district and his official headquarters are in different localities or sections of the State, expenses may be allowed for the necessary travel to his official headquarters. The members of the Workers' Compensation Commission, Public Service Commission and the Employment Security Commission may be reimbursed at the regular mileage rate of one round trip each week from their respective homes to Columbia. No subsistence reimbursement shall be allowed to a member of the Workers' Compensation Commission, Public Service Commission or the Employment Security Commission while traveling in the county of his official residence. When traveling on official business of the Commission within 50 miles outside the county of his official residence, a member of the Workers' Compensation Commission, Public Service Commission or the Employment Security Commission shall be allowed subsistence expenses in the amount of $35 per day. When traveling on official business of the Commission 50 or more miles outside the county of his official residence, each member shall be allowed a subsistence expense in the amount of $50 per day. J. When an employee of the State shall use his or her personal automobile in traveling on necessary official business, a charge of 25.5 cents per mile will be allowed for the use of such automobile and the employee shall bear the expense of supplies and upkeep thereof. Whenever State provided motor pool vehicles are reasonably available and their use is practical and an employee of the State shall request for his own benefit to use his or her personal vehicle in traveling on necessary official business, a charge of 21.5 cents per mile will be allocated for the use of such vehicle and the employee shall bear the expense of supplies and upkeep thereof. When such travel is by a State-owned automobile, the State shall bear the expense of supplies and upkeep thereof but no mileage will be allowed. Agencies and employees are directed to use State fueling facilities to the maximum extent possible, when such use is cost beneficial to the State. When using commercial fueling facilities, operators of State-owned vehicles are directed to use self-service pumps. In traveling on the business of the State, employees are required to use the most economical mode of transportation, due consideration being given to urgency, schedules and like factors. Mileage between an employee's home and his/her place of employment is not subject to reimbursement. However, when an employee leaves on a business trip directly from his/her home, and does not go by the employee's headquarters, the employee shall be eligible for reimbursement for actual mileage beginning at his/her residence. K. That a State agency may advance travel and subsistence expense monies to employees of that agency for the financing of ordinary and necessary travel required in the conducting of the business of the agency. The Budget and Control Board is directed to develop and publish rules and regulations pertaining to the advancing of travel expenses and no State agency shall make such advances except under the rules and regulations as published. All advances for travel and subsistence monies shall be repaid to the agency within thirty (30) days after the end of the trip or by the end of the fiscal year, whichever comes first. L. That the State institutions of higher learning are authorized to reimburse reasonable relocation expenses for new employees when such reimbursements are considered by the agency head to be essential to successful recruitment of professionally competent staff members. M. The State Budget and Control Board is authorized to promulgate and publish rules and regulations governing travel and subsistence payments. 129.45. (Asbestos Litigation Funds) All funds involved in the settlement of asbestos litigation cases, with the exception of those funds involving the University of South Carolina system and Clemson University, must be deposited into an interest bearing account in the State Treasurer's Office entitled "Asbestos Expense Trust Account". The University of South Carolina system and Clemson University must deposit all funds involved in the settlement of asbestos litigation into separate institutional interest bearing accounts entitled "Asbestos Expense Trust Account", with each institution's name appropriately captioned in their respective accounts, to be maintained in the State Treasurer's Office. These accounts shall only be used for expenses relating to asbestos litigation, asbestos abatement, or other asbestos related expenses or projects. Such projects must be approved by the Budget and Control Board after re view by the Joint Bond Review Committee. 129.46. (State Port Authority Funds - Rent) Any funds derived by the State Port Authority from the rental, lease or sale of any of its facilities shall be expended for the benefit of the particular Port where such facilities are located. 129.47. (Rental Charges, Collections - State Offices) Subsection (a). The Budget and Control Board is hereby directed to assess and collect a rental charge from all departments and agencies of the State Government occupying space in State-controlled office buildings. The amount charged each department or agency shall be calculated on a square foot, or other equitable basis of measurement, and at such rates as will yield sufficient total annual revenue to cover, unless the Budget and Control Board determines other wise, in priority order, both (1) the annual principal and interest due on the Capital Improvement Obligations authorized by Act No. 829 of the 1964 Acts, Act No. 1273 of the 1970 Acts and Act No. 508 of the 1971 Acts and Act No. 1377 of the 1968 Acts as amended for projects administered by the Division of General Services and (2) maintenance and operation costs of State-controlled office buildings in the City of Columbia. The amount so collected which is applicable to the payment of principal and interest due on obligations authorized by Act 1377 of the 1968 Acts as amended shall be paid into the State's General Fund to apply on debt service appropriations under the Section 119 of this Act. Subsection (b). All departments and agencies against which rental charges are assessed and whose operations are financed in whole or in part by Federal and/or other non appropriated funds are directed to apportion the payment of such charges equitably among all such funds, so that each shall bear its proportionate share. All appropriations in this Act applicable to the rental of space in State controlled buildings (exclusive of the Department of High ways and Public Transportation), shall be available only for payment of that portion of rental charges applicable to State-appropriated operations. Subsection (c). Rental collections shall be deposited by the Budget and Control Board in the State Treasury in a special account and shall be expended only for (1) payment of principal and interest due on the obligations referred to in Subsection (a) above and (2) maintenance and operations costs of the buildings referred to in Subsection (a) above. 129.48. (Annual Report - Efficiency & Effectiveness Measures) Each agency of state government shall include in their annual report to the General Assembly a listing of agency programs in order of priority importance to the mission of the agency. The reports shall further contain efficiency and effectiveness measures regarding the performance of each agency program, including measures which compare actual performance for the fiscal year being reported to the actual performance of the previous fiscal year. The Budget and Control Board shall develop uniform criteria for the efficiency and effectiveness measures to be included in the report. Each agency is further required to include the following conference information in the annual report: a list of all conferences organized by the agency's employees; the purpose of each conference; the dates and location of each conference; the number of employees from each state agency attending each conference and the total cost of each conference. 129.49. (Organizations Receiving State Appropriations Report) Each organization receiving a contribution in this Act shall render to the state agency making the contribution by November 1 of the fiscal year in which funds are received, an accounting of how the State funds will be spent, a copy of the adopted budget for the current year, and also a copy of the organization's most recent operating financial statement. The funds appropriated in this Act for contributions shall not be expended until the required financial statements are filed with the appropriate state agency. No funds in this Act shall be disbursed to organizations or purposes which practice discrimination against persons by virtue of race, creed, color or national origin. The State Auditor shall review and audit, if necessary, the financial structure and activities of each organization receiving contributions in this Act and make a report to the General Assembly of such review and/or audit, when requested to do so by the Budget and Control Board. 129.50. (Federal Block Grant Audit Report) The Legislative Audit Council, the State Auditor, the House Ways and Means Committee, the State Reorganization Commission and the Senate Finance Committee shall be furnished a copy of each audit report issued by a Federal Audit Agency within fifteen days from the date of receipt by the State Agency. The State Auditor shall periodically furnish a list of such re ports to each member of the General Assembly and to the Joint Appropriations Review Committee. The State Auditor will provide a copy of each Federal Block Grant Audit Report to the Joint Appropriations Review Committee to comply with provisions of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1981. 129.51. (Information Technology - Report of Requested Increases) The Budget and Control Board, through the Information Technology Planning Process of the Division of Research and Statistical Services, is authorized and directed to identify all expenditures and requested increases for information technology for Agencies, Institutions or Departments, with the exception of colleges and universities, compile the request into one report, evaluate and place priorities on each request, and recommend funding levels. No agency shall commit to expend more funds for information technology than allocated to the agency for the purpose without first receiving an approved transfer of such funds from other budget items. 129.52. (Lump Sum Agencies Expenditure Report) Beginning July 1, 1991, all lump-sum agencies shall prepare quarterly their fiscal year-to-date expenditures in a format in which their expenditures can be compared to the appropriations contained in this act. These reports are due 30 days after the end of each quarter and shall be submitted to the Budget Division of the Budget & Control Board, Ways and Means Committee and Senate Finance Committee. 129.53. (Printing Costs Disclosure on State Publications) All agencies using appropriated funds shall print on the last page of all bound publications the following information: (1) Total Printing Cost (2) Total Number of Documents Printed (3) Cost Per Unit The President Pro Tempore of the Senate, the Speaker of the House, Legislative Printing and Information Technology Resource, the Presidents of each institution of higher education, and the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education may exempt from this requirement, documents published by their respective agencies. Publications of public relations nature, produced by Parks, Recreation and Tourism, and the State Development Board are exempt from this requirement. 129.54. (Cost Study - Post Office Zip Plus Four) All agencies are directed to assist the U. S. Post Office in a cost study of the savings which may be realized through the use of the zip plus four system. 129.55. (PORS Retirees Salary $10,500 Limit) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (1) and (2) of Section 9-11-90, a retired member of the System may return to employment covered by the System and earn up to ten thou sand five hundred dollars a fiscal year without affecting the monthly retirement allowance he is receiving from the System. If the retired member continues in service after having earned ten thousand five hundred dollars in a fiscal year, his retirement allowance must be discontinued during the period of service in the remainder of the fiscal year. If the employment continues for at least forty-eight consecutive months, the provisions of Section 9-1-1590 apply. The provisions of this section do not apply to an employee or member of the System who has retired mandatorily because of age pursuant to Section 9-1-1530. 129.56. (SCRS Retirees Salary $10,500 Limit) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a retired member of the System may return to employment covered by the System and earn up to ten thousand five hundred dollars a fiscal year without affecting the monthly retirement allowance he is receiving from the System. If the retired member continues in service after having earned ten thousand five hundred dollars in a fiscal year, his retirement allowance must be discontinued during his period of service in the remainder of the fiscal year. If the employment continues for at least forty-eight consecutive months, the provisions of Section 9-1-1590 apply. The provisions of this section do not apply to an employee or member of the System who has retired mandatorily because of age pursuant to Section 9-1-1530. 129.57. (State Owned Aircrafts - Maintenance Logs) Each agency having in its custody one or more aircraft shall maintain a continuing log on all flights, which shall be open for public inspection. Any and all aircraft owned or operated by agencies of the State Government shall be used only for official business. The Aeronautics Commission and other agencies owning and operating aircraft may furnish transportation to the Governor, Constitutional Officers, members of the General Assembly, members of state boards, commissions, and agencies and their invitees for official business only; no member of the General Assembly, no member of a state board, commission or committee, and no state official shall use any aircraft of the Aeronautics Commission unless the member or official files within forty-eight hours after the time of departure of the flight with the Aeronautics Commission a sworn statement certifying and describing the official nature of his trip; and no member of the General Assembly, no member of a state board, commission or committee, and no state official shall be furnished air transportation by a state agency other than the Aeronautics Commission unless such agency prepares and maintains in its files a sworn statement from an appropriate official of the agency certifying that the member's or state official's trip was in conjunction with the official business of the agency. Official business shall not include routine transportation to and from meetings of the General Assembly or committee meetings for which mileage is authorized. All logs shall be signed by the parties using the flight and the signatures shall be maintained as part of the permanent record of any agency. All passengers shall be listed on the flight log by their legal name; passengers flying with an appropriate official of SLED or the State Development Board whose confidentiality must, in the opinion of SLED or the Board, be protected shall be listed in writing on the flight log as "Confidential Passenger of SLED or State Development Board (strike one)" and the appropriate official of SLED or the Board shall certify to the agency operating the aircraft the necessity for such confidentiality. Violation of the above provisions of this section is prima facie evidence of a violation of Section 8-13-410(1) of the 1976 Code and shall subject a violating member of the General Assembly to the ethics procedure of his appropriate house and shall subject a violating member of a state board, commission or committee, or a state official to the applicable ethics procedure relating to them as provided by law. The above provisions do not apply to aircraft of the Aeronautics Commission when used by the Medical University of South Carolina, nor to aircraft of the athletic department or the educational foundations of any state-supported institution of higher education. Aircraft owned by agencies of state government shall not be leased to individuals for their personal use. 129.58. (Aircraft - Purchased, Leased, Leased-Purchased) No aircraft will be purchased or leased or leased-purchased for more than a 30 day period for any state agency without the authorization of the State Budget and Control Board and the Joint Bond Review Committee. 129.59. (Confiscated Air or Water Craft) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any aircraft and watercraft confiscated or seized under the provisions of Act 185 of 1979 may be used by a governmental agency, at the discretion and approval of the Budget and Control Board. 129.60. DELETED 129.61. DELETED 129.62. DELETED 129.63. DELETED 129.64. DELETED 129.65. (SHIMS) Notwithstanding any provision of law, the South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation shall contribute an amount not to exceed twenty- five million dollars from revenues generated by Sections 12-27-1210, 12-27-1220, 12-27-1230 and 12-27-1240 of the 1976 Code of Laws of South Carolina after July 1, 1992, to the general fund of this state for payment of debts incurred from damages resulting from Hurricane Hugo. The purpose of the imposition of the taxes imposed pursuant to Section 12-27-1210 through Section 12-27-1240, to the extent of the contribution made, is to be for the purpose of payment of debts incurred by the State as a result of Hurricane Hugo. The contribution must be made on or before August 31, 1992, and to the extent the revenues generated pursuant to Section 12-27-1210 through Section 12-27-1240 beginning on July 1, 1992, are insufficient to make the determined contribution, revenues collected prior to July 1, 1992, from these sources may be borrowed to complete the amounts specified, provided they are replenished from collections received from these revenue sources after the date of the contribution. * 129.66. (Legal Fees/Reapportionment) A detailed report of all legal fees or other funds paid by or on behalf of the Office of the Governor, the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, the State Senate, or the State House of Representatives to any person relating to reapportionment must be sent to the President Pro Tempore and the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Legal fees or other costs paid to any per son relating to reapportionment means all funds paid to any person, from whatever source, to obtain legal or technical advice, consultation, or other services to create, draw, re vise, or review reapportionment plan(s) or any and all payments made in preparation for or in anticipation of litigation, as well as, the actual costs relating to litigation concerning State House of Representatives, State Senate, and Congressional district lines. Any person means an individual, partnership, firm, corporation, or other entity. Any funds which have been paid or will be paid to a state employee need not be reported, unless it is an amount in ex cess of the employee's regular or normal salary paid by the State or any of its subdivisions. Each report must include the person paid, the services rendered, and the specific dates and time for which these costs were incurred. Each report must also include and specify any expenses paid to or on behalf of or reimbursed to or on behalf of any person governed by the provisions of this section. The first report must be submitted by July 2, 1992, and updated quarterly thereafter. If no funds are expended in a quarter, a report so indicated must be filed. *See note at end of act. *129.67. (Restructuring Expenses Report) The Governor and the Co-chairs of the South Carolina Commission on Government Restructuring must report all expenses incurred in Fiscal Year 1991-92 relating to the operation of the Commission, the report issued by the Commission, and any expenses incurred by the Commission to promote the concept of restructuring state government. The Governor and Lieutenant Governor must also report expenses incurred in Fiscal Year 1991-92 by their respective office relating to the effort to promote the concept of restructuring state government, whether or not these expenses are directly related to the operation of the Commission. These expenses shall include, but are not limited to, the cost of consulting contracts or other contractual agreements, meeting expenses, per diem, subsistence, *See note at end of act.